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HILUX

Electrical Wiring Diagram

Pub. No. DR114W


FOREWORD
This wiring diagram manual has been prepared to provide
information on the electrical system of the HILUX.

Applicable models: KUN15, 16, 25, 26 Series

For service specifications and repair procedures of the above


models other than those listed in this manual, refer to the
following manuals;

Manual Name Pub. No.


D HILUX Repair Manual DR172E
D HILUX New Car Features NCF271E

All information in this manual is based on the latest product


information at the time of publication. However, specifications
and procedures are subject to change without notice.

NOTICE
When handling supplemental restraint system components (removal,
installation or inspection, etc.), always follow the direction given in the repair
manuals listed above to prevent accidents and supplemental restraint
system malfunction.
HILUX
ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
Section Code Page

INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A . . . . 2

HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B . . . . 3

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C . . . . 12

ABBREVIATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D . . . . 17

GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND SYMBOLS . . . . . E . . . . 18

RELAY LOCATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F . . . . 20

ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING . . . . . . . . . . . G . . . . 36

SYSTEM CIRCUITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H . . . . 59

GROUND POINT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I . . . . 182

POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart) . . . . . J . . . . 188

CONNECTOR LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K . . . . 194

PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . L . . . . 202

OVERALL ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM . M . . . . 206

E2004
All rights reserved. This book may not be
reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, without
the written permission of Toyota Motor
Corporation.

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A INTRODUCTION
This manual consists of the following 13 sections:

No. Section Description

INDEX Index of the contents of this manual.


A
INTRODUCTION Brief explanation of each section.

HOW TO USE THIS


B Instructions on how to use this manual.
MANUAL

TROUBLE
C Describes the basic inspection procedures for electrical circuits.
SHOOTING

D ABBREVIATIONS Defines the abbreviations used in this manual.

GLOSSARY OF
E TERMS AND Defines the symbols and functions of major parts.
SYMBOLS

Shows position of the Electronic Control Unit, Relays, Relay Block, etc.
F RELAY LOCATIONS
This section is closely related to the system circuit.

ELECTRICAL Describes position of Parts Connectors, Splice points, Ground points, etc.
G
WIRING ROUTING This section is closely related to the system circuit.

INDEX Index of the system circuits.

Electrical circuits of each system are shown from the power supply through ground
H points. Wiring connections and their positions are shown and classified by code
SYSTEM CIRCUITS according to the connection method. (Refer to the section, How to use this manual).
The System Outline and Service Hints useful for troubleshooting are also contained
in this section.

I GROUND POINT Shows ground positions of all parts described in this manual.

POWER SOURCE
J Describes power distribution from the power supply to various electrical loads.
(Current Flow Chart)

Describes the form of the connectors for the parts appeared in this book.
K CONNECTOR LIST
This section is closely related to the system circuit.

PART NUMBER OF
L Indicates the part number of the connectors used in this manual.
CONNECTORS

OVERALL
M ELECTRICAL Provides circuit diagrams showing the circuit connections.
WIRING DIAGRAM

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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL B

This manual provides information on the electrical circuits installed on vehicles by


dividing them into a circuit for each system.

The actual wiring of each system circuit is shown from the point where the power
source is received from the battery as far as each ground point. (All circuit
diagrams are shown with the switches in the OFF position.)

When troubleshooting any problem, first understand the operation of the circuit
where the problem was detected (see System Circuit section), the power source
supplying power to that circuit (see Power Source section), and the ground points
(see Ground Point section). See the System Outline to understand the circuit
operation.

When the circuit operation is understood, begin troubleshooting of the problem


circuit to isolate the cause. Use Relay Location and Electrical Wiring Routing
sections to find each part, junction block and wiring harness connectors, wiring
harness and wiring harness connectors, splice points, and ground points of each
system circuit. Internal wiring for each junction block is also provided for better
understanding of connection within a junction block.
Wiring related to each system is indicated in each system circuit by arrows
(from__, to__). When overall connections are required, see the Overall Electrical
Wiring Diagram at the end of this manual.

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B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
[A] The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual
circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

Stop Light
From Power Source System (See Page 66)

15A 7.5A
STOP GAUGE

4
R L
2 IB

[B] 1 3 IB
1 IB

[C] [G]
W R

2 IB

R (W/G)

L (S/D)

R L
2

S6 4
Stop Light SW

Lights
[E] C7

Rear
14 IE1
Combination
[D] 1 Meter

13
G W

L (S/D)

G W
ABS ECU I5
[F]

Y G
G W

L4
7 8 Light Failure Sensor 4

2 1 11
G R

[H]
1
G R
G B

BV1 B18 [I] [J]


G R

G R

(Shielded)
Rear Combination Light RH

Rear Combination Light LH

4 3 2
H17
W B

[K] High Mounted


Stop

Stop

Stop Light
1
R7

R6

3 6
W B

W B

W B

1
W B
BV1 B18
W B

BO BL
[L]
50 [M]
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B
[A] : System Title [H] : Indicates the wiring color.
[B] : Indicates a Relay Block. No shading is used and Wire colors are indicated by an alphabetical code.
only the Relay Block No. is shown to distinguish it B = Black W = White BR = Brown
from the J/B
L = Blue V = Violet SB = Sky Blue
Example: Indicates Relay Block No.1
R = Red G = Green LG = Light Green
[C] : ( ) is used to indicate different wiring and P = Pink Y = Yellow GR = Gray
connector, etc. when the vehicle model, engine
type, or specification is different. O = Orange
[D] : Indicates related system. The first letter indicates the basic wire color and the
second letter indicates the color of the stripe.
[E] : Indicates the wiring harness and wiring harness
connector. The wiring harness with male terminal is Example: LY
shown with arrows ( ).
Outside numerals are pin numbers.

L Y
(Blue) (Yellow)
[I] : Indicates a wiring Splice Point (Codes are E for the
Engine Room, I for the Instrument Panel, and B
for the Body).
Female Male ( )

The first letter of the code for each wiring harness


and wiring harness connector(s) indicates the
components location, e.g, E for the Engine
Compartment, I for the Instrument Panel and
Surrounding area, and B for the Body and
Surrounding area.
When more than one code has the first and second
letters in common, followed by numbers (e.g, IH1,
IH2), this indicates the same type of wiring harness The Location of splice Point I 5 is indicated by the
and wiring harness connector. shaded section.
[F] : Represents a part (all parts are shown in sky blue). [J] : Indicates a shielded cable.
The code is the same as the code used in parts
position.
[G] : Junction Block (The number in the circle is the J/B
No. and the connector code is shown beside it).
Junction Blocks are shaded to clearly separate
them from other parts. [K] : Indicates the pin number of the connector.
The numbering system is different for female and
male connectors.
Example:
Example: Numbered in order Numbered in order
from upper left to from upper right to
3C indicates that lower right lower left
it is inside
Junction Block
No.3

Female Male
[L] : Indicates a ground point.
The first letter of the code for each ground point(s)
indicates the components location, e.g, E for the
Engine Compartment, I for the Instrument Panel
and Surrounding area, and B for the Body and
Surrounding area.
[M] : Page No.

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B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
[N] System Outline
Current is applied at all times through the STOP fuse to TERMINAL 2 of the stop light SW.
When the ignition SW is turned on, current flows from the GAUGE fuse to TERMINAL 8 of the light failure sensor, and also flows
through the rear lights warning light to TERMINAL 4 of the light failure sensor.
Stop Light Disconnection Warning
When the ignition SW is turned on and the brake pedal is pressed (Stop light SW on), if the stop light circuit is open, the current
flowing from TERMINAL 7 of the light failure sensor to TERMINALS 1, 2 changes, so the light failure sensor detects the
disconnection and the warning circuit of the light failure sensor is activated.
As a result, the current flows from TERMINAL 4 of the light failure sensor to TERMINAL 11 to GROUND and turns the rear lights
warning light on. By pressing the brake pedal, the current flowing to TERMINAL 8 of the light failure sensor keeps the warning
circuit on and holds the warning light on until the ignition SW is turned off.

[O] Service Hints


S6 Stop Light SW
21 : Closed with the brake pedal depressed
L4 Light Failure Sensor
1, 2, 7Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the stop light SW on
4, 8Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
11Ground : Always continuity

[P] : Parts Location


Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C7 34 L4 36 R7 37
H17 36 R6 37 S6 35

[Q] : Relay Blocks

Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)


1 18 R/B No.1 (Instrument Panel Brace LH)

[R] : Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IB 20 Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel)
3C 22 Instrument Panel Wire and J/B No.3 (Instrument Panel Brace LH)

[S] : Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IE1 42 Floor Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel)
BV1 50 Luggage Room Wire and Floor Wire (Luggage Room Left)

[T] : Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


BL 50 Under the Left Center Pillar
BO 50 Back Panel Center

[U] : Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
I5 44 Cowl Wire B18 50 Luggage Room Wire

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B

[N] : Explains the system outline.

[O] : Indicates values or explains the function for reference during troubleshooting.

[P] : Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of the parts in the system circuit.
Example : Part L4 (Light Failure Sensor) is on page 36 of the manual.
The letter in the code is from the first letter of the part, and the number indicates its order in parts
starting with that letter.


Example : L 4
Parts is 4th in order

Light Failure Sensor

[Q] : Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of Relay Block Connectors in the system circuit.
Example : Connector 1 is described on page 18 of this manual and is installed on the left side of the instrument
panel.

[R] : Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of J/B and Wire Harness in the system circuit.
Example : Connector 3C connects the Instrument Panel Wire and J/B No.3. It is described on page 22 of this
manual, and is installed on the instrument panel left side.

[S] : Indicates the reference page describing the wiring harness and wiring harness connector (the female wiring
harness is shown first, followed by the male wiring harness).
Example : Connector IE1 connects the floor wire (female) and Instrument panel wire (male). It is described on
page 42 of this manual, and is installed on the left side kick panel.

[T] : Indicates the reference page showing the position of the ground points on the vehicle.
Example : Ground point BO is described on page 50 of this manual and is installed on the back panel center.

[U] : Indicates the reference page showing the position of the splice points on the vehicle.
Example : Splice point I5 is on the Cowl Wire Harness and is described on page 44 of this manual.

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B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
The ground points circuit diagram shows the connections from all major parts to the respective ground points. When
troubleshooting a faulty ground point, checking the system circuits which use a common ground may help you identify
the problem ground quickly. The relationship between ground points ( EA , IB and IC shown below) can also be
checked this way.

I GROUND POINT
WB WB A WB
FAN MAIN Relay 5 Cigarette Lighter A/C Control Assembly

WB WB A WB
FAN MAIN Relay 5 E3 O/D Main SW I6 Blower Motor

WB WB A A WB WB
A/C Relay No.2 5 E3 Clock I6 Blower SW

WB A A WB
A/C Relay No.3 5 E3 Parking Brake SW

J1
WB Junction
Radiator Fan Motor E3 Connector

WB 7 WB
Headlight Cleaner Relay E2 3B Combination Meter

WB WB
Headlight LH E4
Combination SW
WB 7 WB WB
Headlight RH E5 3C I2

WB WB WB 1 WB
Front Turn Signal Light RH E4 E4 Front Fog Light RH 3D Cruise Control ECU

WB WB 3 WB

WB
Front Clearance Light RH E5 Front Fog Light LH 3F Remote Control Mirror SW

WB WB WB 13 WB
Front Turn Signal Light LH E4 E6 Brake Fluid Level SW 3G Turn Signal Flasher

WB WB 5 WB WB
Front Clearance Light LH 3E I2 Defogger SW

WB WB 2 WB 6 WB
Door Lock Control SW B4 IA1 I4 3E I2
Combination SW
WB WB WB
WB

Door Courtesy SW RH B4 I5
WB

WB

WB WB
Door Lock Motor RH B4 I5 Unlock Warning SW
10 EA2

WB WB 15 WB WB
WB

Door Lock Control Relay I5 ID1 B5 Power Window Master SW

WB
Power Window Control
B5 Relay
EA
WB WB
WB

Blower Resistor B5 Door Courtesy SW LH

WB WB 8 WB WB
IdleUp SW I4 IB1 I8 B5 Door Lock Control SW

WB WB
WB

WB

A/C Amplifier Door Lock Motor LH

WB (4AGZE)
I5 Fuel Control SW
4 4

BR WB WB 3 WB
Radio and Player 4 4 I5 IC3 Woofer Speaker Amplifier

WB BR
HEATER Relay 4 Combination Meter

BR 5 BR BR BR
Auto Antenna Motor BA1 4 I3 I3 Combination Meter

BR
WB

BR

Fuel Sender
4
WB

IB IC

The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

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B
The Current Flow Chart section, describes which parts each power source (fuses, fusible links, and circuit breakers)
transmits current to. In the Power Source circuit diagram, the conditions when battery power is supplied to each system
are explained. Since all System Circuit diagrams start from the power source, the power source system must be fully
understood.

J POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)


The chart below shows the route by which current flows from the battery to each electrical source
(Fusible Link, Circuit Breaker, Fuse, etc.) and other parts.
10A ECUB
Short Pin 2 2
7.5A DOME

15A EFI

Battery 30A AM2 2 Fusible Link Block 6 10A HAZARD


2
20A RADIO NO.1
Starter S2
10A HORN

100A ALT 6 60A ABS 5

Engine Room R/B (See Page 20)


Fuse System Page
ABS 194
ABS and Traction Control 187
20A STOP Cruise Control 180
Electronically Controlled Transmission 166
Multiplex Communication System 210
Cigarette Lighter 214
Combination Meter 230
Headlight 112
10A DOME Interior Light 122
Key Reminder and Seat Belt Warning
Light Auto Turn Off
Theft Deterrent and Door Lock Control

Power Source
40A DOOR LOCK CB
W 1.25B FL MAIN W WL
1 2
E6 1 1
W

Battery
3 EA2 1 EA1 W 7.5A DOME R
I2 1 1
50A MAIN
W

W
B

B W 7 W W
E7 2 2 EB1 I2 I2 1

W
W

1
B 7.5A AM2 WR 6
E7 2 2 EB1
2 1
WR

15A HAZRADIO W
2 TAIL
Relay
B

INJECTION Relay I8 4 3
BO 1 3 WB 8 4 Ignition SW
2 2
AM1
AM2

1 1
GW

B 2 4 BW
E7 2 2 G
1
ACC
IG2

IG1

STARTER Relay 15A TAIL G


1
B

B 1 3 WB 3 2
2 2

B BW BY 20A DEFOG WR
2 4
E7 2 2 1 1
B

BY 15A RAD CIG PL


1 1

The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

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B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

K CONNECTOR LIST
I14 I15 [A] I16 J1 J2
Dark Gray Gray Black

A A A B B D D
1 2 1 2 1 2 A A A A A A B CC CD D
6 7 8

[B]
J3 J4 K1 K2 L1
Dark Gray

A A A
A B B DD 1
A A A A A 1 2
A A B CC CDD 1 2

L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 [C]
Gray Black

1 2 3 4 5 1 2
1 1 6 7 8 9 101112
2 3 45 6 78 1 2
1
2 3 4

[D]
M4 N1 N2 O1 O2
Gray Gray Black Dark Gray

1 2 3 4 1
1 2 3 5 6 1 2 1
7 8 9 10

[A] : Indicates connector to be connected to a part. (The numeral indicates the pin No.)

[B] : Junction Connector


Indicates a connector which is connected to a short terminal.
Junction Connector
Junction connector in this manual include a short terminal which is
connected to a number of wire harnesses. Always perform
inspection with the short terminal installed. (When installing the
wire harnesses, the harnesses can be connected to any position
within the short terminal grouping. Accordingly, in other vehicles,
the same position in the short terminal may be connected to a wire
harness from a different part.)
Wire harness sharing the same short terminal grouping have the
same color.
Same Color
Short Terminal

[C] : Parts Code


The first letter of the code is taken from the first letter of part, and the numbers indicates its order in parts which
start with the same letter.

[D] : Connector Color


Connectors not indicated are milky white in color.

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B

L PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS


Code Part Name Part Number Code Part Name Part Number

A1 A/C Ambient Temp. Sensor 9098011070 D4 Diode (Courtesy) 9098011608

A2 A/C Condenser Fan Motor 9098011237 D5 Diode (Interior Light) 9098010962

A3 A/C Condenser Fan Relay 9098010940 D6 Diode (Moon Roof) 9098011608

A4 A/C Condenser Fan Resistor 9098010928 D7 Door Lock Control Relay 9098010848

A5 A/C Magnetic Clutch 9098011271 D8 Door Lock Control SW LH


9098011148
A6 A/T Oil Temp. Sensor 9098011413 D9 Door Lock Control SW RH

A7
[A] ABS Actuator
[B] 9098011151
[C] D10 Door Courtesy SW LH
9098011097
A8 ABS Actuator 9098011009 D11 Door Courtesy SW RH

A9 ABS Speed Sensor Front LH 9098010941 D12 Door Courtesy SW Front LH

A10 ABS Speed Sensor Front RH 9098011002 D13 Door Courtesy SW Front RH
9098011156
A11 Airbag Sensor Front LH D14 Door Courtesy SW Rear LH
9098011856
A12 Airbag Sensor Front RH D15 Door Courtesy SW Rear RH

A13 Airbag Squib 9098011194 D16 Door Key Lock and Unlock SW LH
9098011170
9098011070 D17 Door Key Lock and Unlock SW RH

[A] : Part Code

[B] : Part Name

[C] : Part Number


Toyota Part Number are indicated.

Not all of the above part numbers of the connector are established for the supply.

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C TROUBLESHOOTING
To Ignition SW VOLTAGE CHECK
IG Terminal
(a) Establish conditions in which voltage is present at the check
point.
Example:
Fuse [A] Ignition SW on
[B] Ignition SW and SW 1 on
[A] [C] Ignition SW, SW 1 and Relay on (SW 2 off)
(b) Using a voltmeter, connect the negative lead to a good ground
SW 1 Voltmeter point or negative battery terminal, and the positive lead to the
connector or component terminal.
[B] This check can be done with a test light instead of a voltmeter.

Relay
[C]

SW 2 Solenoid

CONTINUITY AND RESISTANCE CHECK


(a) Disconnect the battery terminal or wire so there is no voltage
between the check points.
Ohmmeter
(b) Contact the two leads of an ohmmeter to each of the check
points.

SW

If the circuit has diodes, reverse the two leads and check
again.
When contacting the negative lead to the diode positive side
Ohmmeter and the positive lead to the negative side, there should be
continuity.
When contacting the two leads in reverse, there should be no
continuity.

Diode

Digital Type Analog Type (c) Use a volt/ohmmeter with high impedance (10 k/V
minimum) for troubleshooting of the electrical circuit.

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C
To Ignition SW FINDING A SHORT CIRCUIT
IG Terminal
(a) Remove the blown fuse and disconnect all loads of the fuse.
(b) Connect a test light in place of the fuse.
(c) Establish conditions in which the test light comes on.
Test Light Fuse Case Example:
[A] Ignition SW on
Short [A]
[B] Ignition SW and SW 1 on
[C] Ignition SW, SW 1 and Relay on (Connect the
Relay) and SW 2 off (or Disconnect SW 2)
SW 1 (d) Disconnect and reconnect the connectors while watching the
test light.
Short [B] The short lies between the connector where the test light
stays lit and the connector where the light goes out.
Disconnect
Disconnect (e) Find the exact location of the short by lightly shaking the
problem wire along the body.
Light Relay
CAUTION:
(a) Do not open the cover or the case of the ECU unless
Short [C] absolutely necessary. (If the IC terminals are touched,
the IC may be destroyed by static electricity.)
(b) When replacing the internal mechanism (ECU part) of
Disconnect
the digital meter, be careful that no part of your body or
clothing comes in contact with the terminals of leads
SW 2 Solenoid from the IC, etc. of the replacement part (spare part).

DISCONNECTION OF MALE AND FEMALE


CONNECTORS
To pull apart the connectors, pull on the connector itself, not
the wire harness.
HINT : Check to see what kind of connector you are
disconnecting before pulling apart.

Pull Up Pull Up

Press Down Press Down

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C TROUBLESHOOTING
Reference: HOW TO REPLACE TERMINAL
(with terminal retainer or secondary locking device)

10 1. PREPARE THE SPECIAL TOOL

3 1 HINT : To remove the terminal from the connector, please


construct and use the special tool or like object shown on
the left.
2. DISCONNECT CONNECTOR
0.2
1 (mm)

Example: Up 3. DISENGAGE THE SECONDARY LOCKING DEVICE OR


Tool
(Case 1)
TERMINAL RETAINER.

(a) Locking device must be disengaged before the terminal


locking clip can be released and the terminal removed from
the connector.
(b) Use a special tool or the terminal pick to unlock the secondary
locking device or terminal retainer.
NOTICE:
Terminal Retainer Do not remove the terminal retainer from connector body.

[A] For NonWaterproof Type Connector


Terminal Retainer

HINT : The needle insertion position varies according to the


connectors shape (number of terminals etc.), so
check the position before inserting it.

Case 1
[Retainer at Full Lock Position] Raise the terminal retainer up to the temporary lock
position.

Terminal
Stopper Retainer

[Retainer at Temporary Lock Position]

Example: Secondary Case 2


(Case 2) Locking Device
Open the secondary locking device.

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C
Tool
Tab

Tab

Example: [B] For Waterproof Type Connector


Terminal
(Case 1) Retainer Tool
HINT : Terminal retainer color is different
according to connector body.
Example:
Terminal Retainer : Connector Body
Black or White : Gray
Black or White : Dark Gray
Tool Access Hole Gray or White : Black
[Male] ( Mark) [Female]

Case 1
Type where terminal retainer is pulled
up to the temporary lock position (Pull
Type).

Insert the special tool into the terminal


retainer access hole (YMark) and pull
the terminal retainer up to the
temporary lock position.
Retainer
at Full Lock Position HINT : The needle insertion position varies
according to the connectors shape
(Number of terminals etc.), so check
the position before inserting it.

Retainer
at Temporary Lock Position
[Male] [Female]

Example: Terminal Retainer Case 2


(Case 2) Type which cannot be pulled as far as
Power Lock insert the tool straight into
the access hole of terminal retainer as
shown.

Tool Tool

Press Down
[Male] Press Down [Female]

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C TROUBLESHOOTING
Push the terminal retainer down to the temporary lock position.

Retainer at
Full Lock Position

Retainer at
Temporary Lock Position
[Male] [Female]

Locking Lug (c) Release the locking lug from terminal and pull the terminal out
from rear.

Tool

4. INSTALL TERMINAL TO CONNECTOR

(a) Insert the terminal.


HINT:
1. Make sure the terminal is positioned correctly.
2. Insert the terminal until the locking lug locks firmly.
3. Insert the terminal with terminal retainer in the temporary lock
position.

(b) Push the secondary locking device or terminal retainer in to


the full lock position.
5. CONNECT CONNECTOR

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ABBREVIATIONS D
ABBREVIATIONS
The following abbreviations are used in this manual.

2WD = Two Wheel Drive Vehicles


4WD = Four Wheel Drive Vehicles
A/C = Air Conditioner
A/T = Automatic Transmission
ABS = AntiLock Brake System
ADD = Automatic Disconnecting Differential
CAN = Controller Area Network
CD = Compact Disc
DLC3 = Data Link Connector 3
ECT = Electronic Control Transmission
ECU = Electronic Control Unit
EDU = Electronic Driving Unit
EGR = Exhaust Gas Recirculation
IC = Integrated Circuit
INT = Intermittent
J/B = Junction Block
LCD = Liquid Crystal Display
LH = LeftHand
M/T = Manual Transmission
R/B = Relay Block
RH = RightHand
SRS = Supplemental Restraint System
SW = Switch
TEMP. = Temperature
VRV = Vacuum Regulating Valve
VSV = Vacuum Switching Valve
w/ = With
w/o = Without

The titles given inside the components are the names of the terminals (terminal codes) and are not treated as being
abbreviations.

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E GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND SYMBOLS
BATTERY GROUND
Stores chemical energy and The point at which wiring attaches to
converts it into electrical energy. the Body, thereby providing a return
Provides DC current for the autos path for an electrical circuit; without a
various electrical circuits. ground, current cannot flow.

CAPACITOR (Condenser) HEADLIGHTS


A small holding unit for temporary Current flow causes a headlight
1. SINGLE
storage of electrical voltage. FILAMENT filament to heat up and emit light. A
headlight may have either a single
(1) filament or a double (2) filament

CIGARETTE LIGHTER
An electric resistance heating 2. DOUBLE
FILAMENT
element.

CIRCUIT BREAKER HORN


Basically a reusable fuse, a circuit An electric device which sounds a
breaker will heat and open if too loud audible signal.
much current flows through it.
Some units automatically reset when
cool, others must be manually reset.
DIODE IGNITION COIL
A semiconductor which allows Converts lowvoltage DC current
current flow in only one direction. into highvoltage ignition current for
firing the spark plugs.

DIODE, ZENER LIGHT


A diode which allows current flow in one Current flow through a filament
direction but blocks reverse flow only up causes the filament to heat up and
to a specific voltage. Above that potential,
emit light.
it passes the excess voltage. This acts as
a simple voltage regulator.

PHOTODIODE LED (LIGHT EMITTING DIODE)


The photodiode is a semiconductor Upon current flow, these diodes emit
which controls the current flow light without producing the heat of a
according to the amount of light. comparable light.

DISTRIBUTOR, IIA METER, ANALOG


Channels highvoltage current from Current flow activates a magnetic
the ignition coil to the individual coil which causes a needle to move,
spark plugs. thereby providing a relative display
against a background calibration.

FUSE METER, DIGITAL


A thin metal strip which burns through Current flow activates one or many
when too much current flows through it, FUEL
LEDs, LCDs, or fluorescent
thereby stopping current flow and displays, which provide a relative or
protecting a circuit from damage. digital display.
FUSIBLE LINK
(for Medium Current Fuse) A heavygauge wire placed in high
MOTOR
amperage circuits which burns through on
overloads, thereby protecting the circuit.
A power unit which converts
The numbers indicate the crosssection M electrical energy into mechanical
surface area of the wires. energy, especially rotary motion.
(for High Current Fuse or
Fusible Link)

18
E
RELAY SPEAKER
Basically, an electrically operated An electromechanical device which
1. NORMALLYswitch which may be normally creates sound waves from current
CLOSED closed (1) or open (2). flow.
Current flow through a small coil
creates a magnetic field which either
opens or closes an attached switch.
2. NORMALLY SWITCH, MANUAL
OPEN Opens and closes
circuits, thereby
1. NORMALLY
OPEN stopping (1) or
allowing (2) current
flow.
RELAY, DOUBLE THROW
A relay which passes current 2. NORMALLY
through one set of contacts or the CLOSED
other.

RESISTOR SWITCH, DOUBLE THROW


An electrical component with a fixed A switch which continuously passes
resistance, placed in a circuit to current through one set of contacts
reduce voltage to a specific value. or the other.

RESISTOR, TAPPED SWITCH, IGNITION


A resistor which supplies two or A key operated switch with several
more different non adjustable positions which allows various
resistance values. circuits, particularly the primary
ignition circuit, to become
operational.
RESISTOR, VARIABLE or RHEOSTAT
A controllable resistor with a variable
rate of resistance.
Also called a potentiometer or
rheostat.

SENSOR (Thermistor) SWITCH, WIPER PARK


A resistor which varies its resistance Automatically returns wipers to the
with temperature. stop position when the wiper switch
is turned off.

SENSOR, SPEED TRANSISTOR


Uses magnetic impulses to open A solidstate device typically used as
and close a switch to create a signal an electronic relay; stops or passes
for activation of other components. current depending on the voltage
(Reed Switch Type)
applied at base.

SHORT PIN
WIRES
Used to provide an unbroken
Wires are always drawn as
connection within a junction block. (1) NOT straight lines on wiring
CONNECTED diagrams.
Crossed wires (1) without a
black dot at the junction are
SOLENOID not joined;
An electromagnetic coil which forms crossed wires (2) with a
a magnetic field when current flows, (2) SPLICED black dot or octagonal ( )
to move a plunger, etc. mark at the junction are
spliced (joined)
connections.

19
F RELAY LOCATIONS
[Engine Compartment]

Injector Driver
(EDU)

Skid Control ECU


with Actuator

Engine Room R/B


Engine Room J/B

20
F
[Instrument Panel]

Engine ECU Transponder Key ECU

Theft Warning ECU

Turn Signal Flasher


4WD Control ECU

Transponder Key
R/B No.3 Amplifier

Transmission Control
ECU

Shift Lock Airbag Sensor


A/C Amplifier Control ECU Assembly Center Driver Side J/B

21
F RELAY LOCATIONS
1 : Engine Room R/B
Engine Compartment Left (See Page 20)
: Engine Room J/B
(Inner Circuit : See Page 26)

* 1:100A ALT (for High Current)


* 2:80A GLOW (for High Current)
* 3:50A BATT P/I (for High Current)
* 4:30A AM2 (for High Current)
* 5:40A MAIN (for High Current)
* 6:40A ABS NO.1 (for High Current)
* 7:40A FR HTR (for High Current)
* 8:30A ABS NO.2 (for High Current)

*1

*2

*3

*4 *6
Unit C

*5 *7

*8
1 15A 2
FOG
Unit A

1 10A 2
HORN

17.5A 2 2 20A 1
ALT-S H-LP RH
115A 2 2 20A 1
TURN-HAZ H-LP LH 1 25A 2
EFI

17.5A 2
ECU-B
130A 2 115A 2
DCC RAD
17.5A 2
DOME

Unit D Unit B

22
F

(from Engine Room (from Engine Room


Main Wire) Main Wire)

Unit A 1
3
2
4
1
3
2
4

1B 1C

3 4 3 4
Back View 1 2 1 2

Side View

Top View

Unit D

Side View

1E 1F 1G 1A
1 1 1 1
(from Engine Wire) (from Engine Room (from Engine Room (from Engine Room
Wire Coler : B Main Wire) Main Wire) Main Wire)
Wire Coler : B Wire Coler : B Wire Coler : W

23
F RELAY LOCATIONS
1 : Engine Room R/B
Engine Compartment Left (See Page 20)
: Engine Room J/B
(Inner Circuit : See Page 27)
Unit B Top View Back View

1 1
2 2
3 1I 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8

(from Engine Room


Main Wire)

1 1
2 2
3 3
1J
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8

(from Engine Room


Main Wire)

1H
1 1

(from Engine Room


Main Wire)

Unit C

5 3
ST Relay
2

2 1
GLOW Relay

24
Memo

25
F RELAY LOCATIONS
[Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B Inner Circuit]

Unit A
1 1E

1 1F

100A ALT

80A GLOW
1 1G

50A BATT P/I


3 1B

30A AM2 40A ABS NO.1


4 1B 2 1B

40A MAIN 40A FR HTR


3 1C 1 1C

30A ABS NO.2


2 1C

1 1A

Unit D
1 2 1 2
1
30A DCC 7.5A ECU-B

1 2
1
15A RAD

2 1 1 2
1 1
7.5A ALT-S 7.5A DOME

2 1
1
15A TURN-HAZ
1 2
1
20A H-LP RH

1 2
1 1
20A H-LP LH

26
F

Unit B 1 1I
FOG Relay
1 2
1 1H 4 1I
15A FOG

3 1I

2 1I

5 1I
HORN Relay
1 2
8 1I
10A HORN
7 1I

6 1I

1 1J
MAIN Relay
1 2
4 1J
25A EFI
3 1J

2 1J

5 1J
EDU Relay
8 1J

7 1J

6 1J

27
F RELAY LOCATIONS
: Driver Side J/B Instrument Panel Brace RH (See Page 21)

Yellow

123456 6 5 4 3
78 910 2 1

(from Instrument (from Instrument


Panel Wire) Panel Wire)

2B 2A

2 1 14
7
6 5 4 3 13
2I 6
12
5
11
4
2C 10
3
1 2 345 6 9
7 8 91011 12 2
654321 8
1
10 9 87
(from Instrument
Panel Wire) (from Floor Wire)

2D 14
1 2 34567 8 9 6 543 2 1 14 14
9 8 76543 2 1 7 7 7
101112131415161718 12 1110 9 8 7 13 13 13
18 17161514131211 10 6 6 6
12 12 12
(from Instrument 5 5 2J 5
Panel Wire) 7.5A 11 11 11
4 4 4
5 ST 10 10 10
2E 4 10A
3 3 3
5 9 9 9
1 3 2 2 2
4 2 A/C 8 8 8
3 2 1 1 1
7.5A 1
2
1 MET (from Engine Room
(from Roof Wire) 15A 15A Main Wire)
INJ CIG 14 14 14
7 7 7 14
2F 1 7.5A 7.5A 13 13 13 7
1 6 6 6 13
OBD ACC 12 12 12 6
2
10A 7.5A
5 5 5 2M 12
11 11 11 5
STOP IGN 4 4 4 11
(from Engine Room 10 10 10 4
Main Wire) 2 1 10A 20A 3 3 3 10
9 9 9 3
4 3 TAIL WIP 2 2 2 9
8 8 8 2
2G 15A 10A 1 1 1 8
1
PWR OUT ECU-IG&GAUGE
1
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
2H 2K 2L
Black Black
1 1
8 8
2 2
4 3 9 9
2 1 3 3
10 10
4 4
11 11
5 5
12 12
(from Floor Wire) 6 6
13 13
7 7
14 14

(from Floor Wire) (from Engine Room


Main Wire)

28
F

17 1
25 9
18 2
26 10
19 3
27 11
20 4
28 12
21 5
29 13
22 6
30 14
23 7
31 15
24 8
32 16

(from Instrument
Panel Wire)
2O

PWR OUT Relay

40A AM1
(for High Current)
Gray 1 1 40A IG1
32 16 32 16
24 8 24 8 (for High Current)
31 15 31 15 2 2
16 32 23 7 23 7
8 24 30 14 30 14 3
15 31
2N 22 6 22 6 HTR Relay
7 23 29 13 29 13 5
14 30 21 5 21 5
6 22 28 12 28 12 1 2 3
13 29 20 4 20 4
5 21 27 11 27 11 Gray
12 28 19 3 19 3 1 2
4 20 26 10 26 10
11 27 18 2 18 2 16 32
3 19 25 9 25 9 5 8 24
10 26 17 1 17 1 15 31
2 18 7 23
9 25 14 30
1 17 6 22
2Q 13 29
5 21
(from Instrument 32 16 32 16 1228
24 8 8 4 20
Panel Wire) 31 15
24
31 15 11 27
7 18 3 19
23 23 7
30 14 30 14 17 10 26
22 6 22 6 2 18
16 9 25
29 13 29 13 1 17
21 5 21 5 15
28 12 28 12 14
16 32 20 4 20 4
8 24 27 11 27 11 13 (from Instrument
15 31 19 3 19 3
7 23 2P 26 10 26 10 12 Panel Wire)
14 30 18 2 18 2
6 22 25 9 25 9 11
13
29 17 1 17 1 10
5 21 9
12 28
4 20 8
11 27
3 19 7
10 26 32 16 32 16 6
2 18 24 8 24 8
9 25 31 15 31 15 5 Integration Relay
1 17 23 7 23 7
30 14 30 14 4
22 6 22 6 3
29 13 29 13
(from Instrument 21 5 21 5 2
Panel Wire) 28 12 28 12 1
20 4 20 4
27 11 27 11
19 3 19 3
26 10 26 10
18 2 18 2
25 9 25 9
17 1 17 1

2R 2S
Gray

17 1 17 1
25 9 25 9
18 2 18 2
26 10 26 10
19 3 19 3
27 11 27 11
20 4 20 4
28 12 28 12
21 5 21 5
29 13 29 13
22 6 22 6
30 14 30 14
23 7 23 7
31 15 31 15
24 8 24 8
32 16 32 16

(from Instrument (from Instrument


Panel Wire) Panel Wire)

29
F RELAY LOCATIONS
[Driver Side J/B Inner Circuit]

18 2P

2 2J 2 2P

2 2I 18 2Q
10A A/C
1 2E 2 2Q

9 2D 4 3 2A
5 3
1 2F 5 2A

1 2
2 2E 13 2D
HTR Relay 15 2D
17 2D
PWR OUT Relay 16 2D
18 2D 15A PWR OUT
5 3
23 2P
1 2B
1 2 7 2P
2 2B
23 2Q

24 2N 7 2Q

8 2N 7 2J

24 2O 7 2I
7.5A ACC
8 2O 12 2C

23 2N 15A CIG
1 2C
7 2N 10A TAIL
5 2C
23 2O
7.5A OBD
7 2O 14 2D
10A STOP
1 2G 2 2F

2 2C 1 2
2 2H
3 2C 40A IG1
1 2
4 2C 2 2A
40A AM1
1 2H
6 2A
5 2E 10A ECU-IG&GAUGE
26 2R 32 2R
20A WIP
10 2R 16 2R

26 2S 32 2S

10 2S 16 2S

9 2L 31 2R

9 2M 15 2R

9 2K 31 2S

30 2R 15 2S

14 2R 14 2L

30 2S 14 2M

14 2S 14 2K

(Cont. Next Page)

30
F

(Cont'd)

20 2R

13 2L 4 2R

13 2M 20 2S

13 2K 4 2S

4 2L 25 2R

4 2M 9 2R

4 2K 25 2S

8 2L 9 2S

8 2M 19 2N

8 2K 3 2N

19 2O
7.5A ST
7 2C 3 2O

22 2R
7.5A IGN
6 2C 6 2R

3 2B 22 2S

21 2N 6 2S

5 2N 6 2L

21 2O 6 2M

5 2O 6 2K

8 2C 8 2B
7.5A MET
9 2C 1 2D

10 2C 10 2D

11 2C 11 2D

24 2R 12 2D

8 2R 4 2B

24 2S 21 2P

8 2S 5 2P

25 2P 21 2Q

9 2P 5 2Q

25 2Q 5 2J

9 2Q 5 2I

8 2J 7 2B

8 2I 22 2P

4 2E 6 2P

32 2N 22 2Q

16 2N 6 2Q

32 2O 6 2J

16 2O 6 2I

(Cont. Next Page)

31
F RELAY LOCATIONS
[Driver Side J/B Inner Circuit]
(Cont'd)

6 1

5 GND 17
4 2H ALTB 26 2N
8
7 2D 10 2N
9
6 2D 26 2O
10
5 2D 10 2O
11 18
4 2D UL1 25 2N

3 2D 9 2N
12
2 2D 25 2O
13
3 2E 9 2O
2
31 2N ACT- 27 2R

15 2N 11 2R

31 2O 27 2S

15 2O 11 2S
Integration Relay
30 2N 10 2L

14 2N 10 2M

30 2O 10 2K
3
14 2O ACT+ 28 2R
14
1 2A L1 12 2R

4 2A 28 2S
15
28 2N ILE 12 2S

12 2N 11 2L

28 2O 11 2M

12 2O 11 2K
16 4
27 2N DCTY BECU 29 2R

11 2N 13 2R

27 2O 29 2S

11 2O 13 2S

22 2N 12 2L

6 2N 12 2M

22 2O 12 2K

6 2O 20 2N

29 2N 4 2N

13 2N 20 2O

29 2O 4 2O

13 2O

(Cont. Next Page)

32
F

(Cont'd)

20 2P 24 2P

4 2P 8 2P

20 2Q 24 2Q

4 2Q 8 2Q

4 2J 29 2P

4 2I 13 2P

26 2P 29 2Q

10 2P 13 2Q

26 2Q 12 2J

10 2Q 12 2I

9 2J 28 2P

9 2I 12 2P

18 2N 28 2Q

2 2N 12 2Q

18 2O 11 2J

2 2O 11 2I

17 2N 19 2P

1 2N 3 2P

17 2O 19 2Q

1 2O 3 2Q

32 2P 3 2J

16 2P 3 2I

32 2Q 27 2P

16 2Q 11 2P

31 2P 27 2Q

15 2P 11 2Q

31 2Q 10 2J

15 2Q 10 2I

14 2J 17 2P

14 2I 1 2P

30 2P 17 2Q

14 2P 1 2Q

30 2Q 1 2J

14 2Q 1 2I

13 2J

13 2I

(Cont. Next Page)

33
F RELAY LOCATIONS
[Driver Side J/B Inner Circuit]
(Cont'd)

23 2R 18 2R

7 2R 2 2R

23 2S 18 2S

7 2S 2 2S

7 2L 2 2L

7 2M 2 2M

7 2K 2 2K

21 2R 17 2R

5 2R 1 2R

21 2S 17 2S

5 2S 1 2S

5 2L 1 2L

5 2M 1 2M

5 2K 1 2K

19 2R

3 2R

19 2S

3 2S

3 2L

3 2M

3 2K

34
F
3 : R/B No.3 Cowl Side Panel LH (See Page 21)

1 1

DOOR
25A

20A
DEF
2 2

5 3 IG1 Relay

1
5 3 DEF Relay
2

2 1

30A PWR
(for High Current)

35
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
Position of Parts in Engine Compartment
A2 F5 F6 B1 F8 E1 F7 E2 G1 E4

B3

B2

I3

A4
I1

A8
I2

A7
F10

H2
F4

F3
I4

H1

C3 A6 A1 H4 A3 E3 F9 F11 H3 C4 C1 A5 C2 F2

A 1 A/C Compressor F 2 Fog Lamp (Front LH)


A 2 A/T Fluid Temp. Sensor F 3 Fog Lamp (Front RH)
A 3 ADD Actuator F 4 Fuel Filter Warning SW
A 4 Air Flow Meter F 5 Fuel Injector (No.1)
A 5 Airbag Sensor (Front LH) F 6 Fuel Injector (No.2)
A 6 Airbag Sensor (Front RH) F 7 Fuel Injector (No.3)
A 7 Alternator F 8 Fuel Injector (No.4)
A 8 Alternator F 9 Fuel Pressure Sensor
F 10 Fuel Sedimenter Level Warning SW
B 1 BackUp Lamp SW F 11 Fuel Temp. Sensor
B 2 Brake Fluid Level Warning SW
B 3 Brake Vacuum Warning SW G 1 Glow Plug

C 1 Camshaft Position Sensor H 1 Headlamp (LH)


C 2 Clearance Lamp (Front LH) H 2 Headlamp (RH)
C 3 Clearance Lamp (Front RH) H 3 Horn (High)
C 4 Crankshaft Position Sensor H 4 Horn (Low)

E 1 ECT Solenoid I 1 Injector Driver (EDU)


E 2 EGR Valve Position Sensor I 2 Injector Driver (EDU)
E 3 Engine Hood Courtesy SW I 3 Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Air Cleaner)
E 4 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor I 4 Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Inter Cooler)

36
G
Position of Parts in Engine Compartment
(*2) (*5) (*6) (*4) (*1) (*7) (*8) (*3)
W3 N1 T9 T2 T3 T4 S3 T4 T5 T7 S3 S3 T9 T6 S9

T14

T15
V1

S1
V2

S2
T1

T10
J1

T11
S7

T13
T12

P1

* 1:A/T
* 2:2KD-FTV w/o Inter Cooler
* 3:Except *2
* 4:A/T 4WD
* 5:M/T 4WD
* 6:4WD, M/T 2WD w/ Inter Cooler
* 7:M/T 2WD w/o Inter Cooler
* 8:A/T 2WD
S5 W1 S6 S8 S4 W2

J 1 Junction Connector T 1 Throttle Body Assembly


T 2 Throttle Body Assembly
N 1 Neutral Start SW T 3 Transfer Indicator SW (4WD Position)
T 4 Transfer Indicator SW (L4 Position)
P 1 Pressure SW T 5 Transfer Indicator SW (Neutral Position)
T 6 Transmission Revolution Sensor (Input)
S 1 Security Horn T 7 Transmission Revolution Sensor (Output)
S 2 Skid Control ECU with Actuator T 9 Turbo Pressure Sensor
S 3 Speed Sensor T 10 Turbocharger Variable Nozzle Motor
S 4 Speed Sensor (Front LH) T 11 Turbocharger Variable Nozzle Sensor
S 5 Speed Sensor (Front RH) T 12 Turn Signal Lamp (Front LH)
S 6 Starter T 13 Turn Signal Lamp (Front RH)
S 7 Starter T 14 Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side LH)
S 8 Suction Control Valve T 15 Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side RH)
S 9 Swirl Control Valve
V 1 VRV (EGR)
V 2 VSV (EGR Cut Valve)

W 1 Water Temp. Sensor


W 2 Windshield Washer Motor
W 3 Windshield Wiper Motor

37
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
Position of Parts in Instrument Panel
J11 J12 J7 J8 H5 C7 C11 J19 J18 C12 C8 J4 J5 J3 J2 J23

J6 * 1:w/o Engine
Immobilizer System

E5
C9

F14
J22

E6 (*1)
I5

J15
A13

E7
J29

E8
J28

J17
J25

J16
J24

J14
J26

J13
J27

J10 J9 B4 A16 B5 A10 A12 B6 A11 A14 C5 C6 J20 A9 J21 A15 C10 I6 D1

A 9 A/C Amplifier I 5 Ignition Key Cylinder Lamp


A 10 A/C Thermistor I 6 Ignition SW
A 11 A/C Volume SW
A 12 A/T Shift Lever Illumination J 2 Junction Connector
A 13 Accelerator Position Sensor J 3 Junction Connector
A 14 Airbag Sensor Assembly Center J 4 Junction Connector
A 15 Airbag Squib (Steering Wheel Pad) J 5 Junction Connector
A 16 Ashtray Illumination J 6 Junction Connector
J 7 Junction Connector
B 4 Blower Motor J 8 Junction Connector
B 5 Blower Resistor J 9 Junction Connector
B 6 Blower SW J 10 Junction Connector
J 11 Junction Connector
C 5 Cigarette Lighter J 12 Junction Connector
C 6 Cigarette Lighter Illumination J 13 Junction Connector
C 7 Clock J 14 Junction Connector
C 8 Combination Meter J 15 Junction Connector
C 9 Combination Meter J 16 Junction Connector
C10 Combination SW J 17 Junction Connector
C 11 Combination SW J 18 Junction Connector
C12 Combination SW J 19 Junction Connector
J 20 Junction Connector
D 1 DLC3 J 21 Junction Connector
J 22 Junction Connector
E 5 Engine ECU J 23 Junction Connector
E 6 Engine ECU J 24 Junction Connector
E 7 Engine ECU J 25 Junction Connector
E 8 Engine ECU J 26 Junction Connector
J 27 Junction Connector
F 14 4WD Control ECU J 28 Junction Connector
J 29 Junction Connector
H 5 Hazard Warning Signal SW

38
G
Position of Parts in Instrument Panel
R1 R2 T21

* 2:w/ Engine Immobilizer System

S12

T16

T17

T18
S14

T19
T22

T8

S11 P3 P2 R3 S13 U1 T20 K1 S10 O1


(*2)

K 1 Key Interlock Solenoid T 8 Turbo Motor Driver


T 16 Theft Warning ECU
O 1 Outer Mirror SW T 17 Transmission Control ECU
T 18 Transmission Control ECU
P 2 Parking Brake SW T 19 Transmission Control ECU
P 3 Power Point Socket T 20 Transponder Key Amplifier
T 21 Transponder Key ECU
R 1 Radio Receiver Assembly T 22 Turn Signal Flasher
R 2 Radio Receiver Assembly
R 3 Rear Window Defogger SW U 1 Unlock Warning SW

S 10 Security Indicator Lamp


S 11 Shift Lock Control ECU
S 12 Short Pin (Theft Warning ECU)
S 13 Spiral Cable
S 14 Stop Lamp SW

39
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
Position of Parts in Body
[Double Cab]
M1 O3 P6 P4 D6

O2

P9

P5

D7
P11

P10
D9

D3
P8

P7
D5

D8
C13

D4
L2

L1

F12 A17 F13 D2

A 17 ABS Deceleration Sensor L 1 License Plate Lamp LH


L 2 License Plate Lamp RH
C13 Center Stop Lamp
M 1 Map Lamp
D 2 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side)
D 3 Door Courtesy SW (Front Passengers Side) O 2 Outer Rear View Mirror (LH)
D 4 Door Courtesy SW (Rear LH) O 3 Outer Rear View Mirror (RH)
D 5 Door Courtesy SW (Rear RH)
D 6 Door Lock Assembly (Drivers Side) P 4 Power Window Master SW
D 7 Door Lock Assembly (Front Passengers Side) P 5 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front LH)
D 8 Door Lock Assembly (Rear LH) P 6 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front RH)
D 9 Door Lock Assembly (Rear RH) P 7 Power Window Regulator Motor (Rear LH)
P 8 Power Window Regulator Motor (Rear RH)
F 12 Front Seat Inner Belt (Drivers Side) P 9 Power Window SW (Front Passengers Side)
F 13 Fuel Sender Gage P 10 Power Window SW (Rear LH)
P 11 Power Window SW (Rear RH)

40
G
Position of Parts in Body
[Double Cab]
R8 R7 T24 S16

T23

S15

S17

R6

S18

R5

S21 R4 S22

R 4 Rear Combination Lamp (LH) T 23 Tweeter (LH)


R 5 Rear Combination Lamp (RH) T 24 Tweeter (RH)
R 6 Rear Window Defogger
R 7 Rear Window Defogger
R 8 Room Lamp

S 15 Speaker (Front Door LH)


S 16 Speaker (Front Door RH)
S 17 Speaker (Rear Door LH)
S 18 Speaker (Rear Door RH)
S 21 Speed Sensor (Rear LH)
S 22 Speed Sensor (Rear RH)

41
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
Position of Parts in Body
[Extra Cab]
M1 O3 P6 P4 D6

O2

P5

P9

D7
C13

D3
L2

L1

F12 A17 F13 D2

A 17 ABS Deceleration Sensor L 1 License Plate Lamp LH


L 2 License Plate Lamp RH
C13 Center Stop Lamp
M 1 Map Lamp
D 2 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side)
D 3 Door Courtesy SW (Front Passengers Side) O 2 Outer Rear View Mirror (LH)
D 6 Door Lock Assembly (Drivers Side) O 3 Outer Rear View Mirror (RH)
D 7 Door Lock Assembly (Front Passengers Side)
P 4 Power Window Master SW
F 12 Front Seat Inner Belt (Drivers Side) P 5 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front LH)
F 13 Fuel Sender Gage P 6 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front RH)
P 9 Power Window SW (Front Passengers Side)

42
G
Position of Parts in Body
[Extra Cab]
R7 R8 T24 S16 R6 S20

T23

S15

R5

S19 S21 R4 S22

R 4 Rear Combination Lamp (LH) T 23 Tweeter (LH)


R 5 Rear Combination Lamp (RH) T 24 Tweeter (RH)
R 6 Rear Window Defogger
R 7 Rear Window Defogger
R 8 Room Lamp

S 15 Speaker (Front Door LH)


S 16 Speaker (Front Door RH)
S 19 Speaker (Rear LH)
S 20 Speaker (Rear RH)
S 21 Speed Sensor (Rear LH)
S 22 Speed Sensor (Rear RH)

43
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
Position of Parts in Body
[Single Cab]
O3 P6 P4 D6

O2

P5

P9

D7

D3
C13

L2

L1

F12 A17 F13 D2

A 17 ABS Deceleration Sensor L 1 License Plate Lamp LH


L 2 License Plate Lamp RH
C13 Center Stop Lamp
O 2 Outer Rear View Mirror (LH)
D 2 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side) O 3 Outer Rear View Mirror (RH)
D 3 Door Courtesy SW (Front Passengers Side)
D 6 Door Lock Assembly (Drivers Side) P 4 Power Window Master SW
D 7 Door Lock Assembly (Front Passengers Side) P 5 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front LH)
P 6 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front RH)
F 12 Front Seat Inner Belt (Drivers Side) P 9 Power Window SW (Front Passengers Side)
F 13 Fuel Sender Gage

44
G
Position of Parts in Body
[Single Cab]
R8 S16

S15

R5

S21 R4 S22

R 4 Rear Combination Lamp (LH) S 15 Speaker (Front Door LH)


R 5 Rear Combination Lamp (RH) S 16 Speaker (Front Door RH)
R 8 Room Lamp S 21 Speed Sensor (Rear LH)
S 22 Speed Sensor (Rear RH)

45
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
: Location of Ground Points
EC Engine Wire

Engine Room
Main Wire
Engine No.2
Wire

EA2

EA1
EA
EB

: Location of Splice Points


E2

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E1
;;;;
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46
G
Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
EA1 EA2

1 2 2 1
1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6

Code Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)


EA1
Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and J/B)
EA2

47
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
Engine Wire IE1 Instrument Emgine Room
Panel Wire Main Wire

Roof Wire

ID1
ID2
IB1

Front Door
Front Door RH Wire
LH Wire

IA1
IC1

Floor Wire Floor Wire

: Location of Ground Points


ID

IE

IG IF

48
G
Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
IA1 IB1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 2 1
11 1213141516171819 20 20 1918171615141312 11 3 4 5 6 7 7 6 5 4 3

IC1 ID1
Gray

1 2
2 1
3 4 5 6 6 5 43 1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6

ID2 IE1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 3 2 1
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 4 5 6 6 5 4
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Code Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)


IA1 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
IB1 Front Door LH Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel)
IC1 Front Door LH Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
ID1
Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
ID2
IE1 Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Instrument Panel Reinforcement LH)

49
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
Engine Wire Instrument IF2 IF1 IF3 Engine Room
Panel Wire Main Wire

IG1

II1

IH1
Roof Wire

Front Door
LH Wire Front Door
RH Wire

Floor Wire Floor Wire

: Location of Splice Points


I1 I2

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;;;;

50
G
Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
IF1 Yellow IF2

2 1
4 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7
3 4

IF3 IG1

1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1
5 6 7 8 9 10 10 9 8 7 6 5
11 1213141516171819 20 20 1918171615141312 11

IH1 II1

1 2 3 4
4 3 2 1
1 2 2 1 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 9 8 7 6 5
3 4 5 6 7 7 6 5 4 3
8 9 10 11 12
12 11 10 9 8

Code Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)


IF1
IF2 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
IF3
IG1 Engine Room Main Wire and Floor Wire (Near the Driver Side J/B)
IH1 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
II1 Front Door RH Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)

51
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
[Double Cab]
Roof Wire Engine Room Front Door Rear Door
Main Wire RH Wire No.1 Wire RH

Instrument
PanelWire

Engine Wire

Front Door BC1


LH Wire

BB1 Frame No.2


Wire
BA1

BA2

Rear Door No.1 Skid Control


Floor Wire Wire LH Frame Wire Sensor Wire BE1 BD1

: Location of Splice Points


B1

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;;;;
;;;;

B3

52
G
Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
BA1 BA2

1 2 1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1
2 1
3 4 5 6 7 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 11 10 9 8 7 6
7 6 5 4 3
8 9 10 11 12
12 11 10 9 8

BB1 BC1

1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1
6 7 8 9 10 10 9 8 7 6 6 7 8 9 10 10 9 8 7 6

BD1 Black BE1


Black

1 2 2 1
3 4 4 3
1 2 2 1

Code Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)


BA1
Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
BA2
BB1 Rear Door No.1 Wire LH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar LH)
BC1 Rear Door No.1 Wire RH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar RH)
BD1 Frame No.2 Wire and Frame Wire (Under the Back Panel LH)
BE1 Frame Wire and Skid Control Sensor Wire (Rear of the Rear Differential)

53
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
[Extra Cab]
Engine Room Front Door
Main Wire RH Wire

Roof Wire

Instrument
Panel Wire

Engine Wire

Front Door
LH Wire

BA2

Floor Wire

BA1

Skid Control
Frame Wire Sensor Wire BE1 BD1

: Location of Splice Points


B1 B2

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B3

54
G
Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
BA1 BA2

1 2 1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1
2 1
3 4 5 6 7 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 11 10 9 8 7 6
7 6 5 4 3
8 9 10 11 12
12 11 10 9 8

BD1 Black BE1


Black

1 2 2 1
3 4 4 3
1 2 2 1

Code Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)


BA1
Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
BA2
BD1 Frame No.2 Wire and Frame Wire (Under the Back Panel LH)
BE1 Frame Wire and Skid Control Sensor Wire (Rear of the Rear Differential)

55
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
[Single Cab]
Roof Wire Engine Room Front Door
Main Wire RH Wire

Instrument
Panel Wire

Frame No.2
Engine Wire Wire

Front Door
LH Wire

BA1

BA2

Floor Wire

Skid Control
Frame Wire Sensor Wire BE1 BD1

: Location of Splice Points


B2

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B3

56
G
Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
BA1 BA2

1 2 1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1
2 1
3 4 5 6 7 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 11 10 9 8 7 6
7 6 5 4 3
8 9 10 11 12
12 11 10 9 8

BD1 Black BE1


Black

1 2 2 1
3 4 4 3
1 2 2 1

Code Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)


BA1
Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
BA2
BD1 Frame No.2 Wire and Frame Wire (Under the Back Panel LH)
BE1 Frame Wire and Skid Control Sensor Wire (Rear of the Rear Differential)

57
Memo

58
SYSTEM CIRCUITS H

HILUX
ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
SYSTEM CIRCUITS
Page
ABS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Air Conditioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178
Audio System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
BackUp Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Cigarette Lighter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Combination Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Door Lock Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
ECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Engine Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Engine Immobilizer System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Front Fog Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Front Wiper and Washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Headlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Horn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Illumination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Interior Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Key Reminder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Light Reminder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Multiplex Communication System (CAN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Power Outlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Power Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Power Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Rear Window Defogger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Remote Control Mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
Seat Belt Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Shift Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
SRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Stop Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Taillight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Theft Deterrent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Wireless Door Lock Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
4WD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

59
Power Source
20A HLP LH

1 2 R
1

40A MAIN 20A HLP RH


3
BW 1 2 B
1C 1 1

30A AM2
4 11
WR WR WR
1B IF3

50A BATT P/I 15A FOG


3 1
WL 1 2
1B 1H

80A GLOW 10A HORN


1
B 1 2
1G

25A EFI
1
1 2 L
1J

7. 5A ALTS 7. 5A ECUB

1 2 W 1 2 L
1 1

15A TURNHAZ 7. 5A DOME

1 2 BY 1 2 R
1 1

30A DCC 15A RAD

1 2 1 2 LY
1

100A ALT
1
B B
1F

1 1A

40A FR HTR
1
W

LB LB
1C

40A ABS NO. 1


2
R
1B
Battery

30A ABS NO. 2


2
WR
1C

60
12 7. 5A ACC
2C

15A CIG
ACC 2 LR

B B 6 10A ECUIG&GAUGE
BR 4 AM1 IG1 1 BY BY
A B 2A

J18(A), J19(B) 20A WIP


Junction
Connector

6 7. 5A IGN
WR 5 AM2 IG2 6 B
2C
ST2 7 BW
7. 5A MET

I6
Ignition SW

7 7. 5A ST
2C

2 8 D E
BR RL
2A 2K A B

J16(A), J17(B)
40A AM1 Junction Connector

1 2

RL 1 2 WB
3 3
40A IG1
2
1 2 WR 3 5 WG
2H 3 3

IG1 Relay

15A PWR OUT

WG
10A TAIL
WR

7. 5A OBD
30A PWR

1 2 L
3 3
1 10A STOP
B
2G

25A DOOR

1 2 LG
3 3

20A DEF
4
1 10A A/C
LB 5 3 1 2 BY
2F 3

1 2

HTR Relay

61
Power Source
Service Hints
I6 Ignition SW
42 : Closed with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position
41 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON or ST position
56 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON or ST position
57 : Closed with the ignition SW at ST position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
I6 38 J17 B 38 J19 B 38
J16 A 38 J18 A 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)
3 35 R/B No.3 (Cowl Side Panel LH)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1A
1B
1C 23
1F Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
1G
1H
24
1J
2A
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2C
2F
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2G
2H
28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2K

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

62
Memo

63
Starting

1 : w/ Theft Deterrent System


2 : w/o Theft Deterrent System
3 : M/T Single Cab, Double Cab 2KDFTV w/o Inter Cooler
4 : 2 Except 3

5 AM2 IG2

ST2 7 BW
WR

I6
Ignition SW 4

LY
7 2C
B L N1
Neutral
P Start SW
1 ID2

7. 5A LY N
ST
(A/T) 5

(M/T)
11 IF3

LY

(A/T)
BY
BY
3 2O (A/T)

4 EA1
LY

D
J11
WR

BY

Junction
Connector
D
1 1
WR

WR

5 2

4 1B ST
Relay

3 1

30A
AM2
1 1

WB
L

1 1A
10 IF3
2 EA2

BW
(2 3)
W

(1, 4)
L

BW
WB

(1, 4)
Short Pin (Theft Warning ECU)

1 A
Theft Warning ECU

1
J22(A), J23(B)

B 12 A 1 A B A
B M
Connector

SRLY E(1)
Junction

(1)
(4)

(4)
S12(B)
T16(A)

S 6(A), S 7(B)
Starter B B
12 B 1 B
Battery

WB
WB

(4)

ID

64
Service Hints
S6 (A), S7 (B) Starter
Point closed with the neutral start SW at P or N position and the ignition SW at ST position (A/T)
Point closed with the ignition SW at ST position (M/T)
I6 Ignition SW
57 : Closed with the ignition SW at ST position
N1 Neutral Start SW
45 : Closed with the neutral start SW at P or N position
ST Relay
53 : Closed with the neutral start SW at P or N position and the ignition SW at ST position (A/T)
53 : Closed with the ignition SW at ST position (M/T)

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
I6 38 J23 B 38 S7 B 37
J11 38 N1 37 S12 B 39
J22 A 38 S6 A 37 T16 A 39

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1A
23 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
1B
2C 28
Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2O 29

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1
46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
EA2
ID2 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

65
Charging

From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 7. 5A
ECUIG&GAUGE MET

32 2S 1 2D

BO
RL
21

Charge
C8
Combination
E8 Meter
Engine ECU

37
ALT
8

GR

W
3 ID2 4 ID2 13 EA1
G

RL

GR
W

W
B

B
B
J6
Junction
Connector
1 1E 1 B
G

A 7(A), A 8(B)
100A 7. 5A 3 B 2 B 4 B 1 B Alternator 1 A
ALT ALTS
M IG L S B

1 1A

IC Regulator
W

Battery

66
Service Hints
A7 (A) Alternator
(A) 1Ground : 13.214.0 volts with the engine running at 5000 rpm and 115C (239F)

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A7 A 36 C8 38 J6 38
A8 B 36 E8 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1A 23 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
1E 23 Engine Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
2D 28
Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S 29

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1 46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
ID2 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)

67
Engine Control
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 : Shielded
80A 50A 2 : 1KDFTV
GLOW BATT
P/I

B
1 1G 3 1B

B
WL

L
WG

A B

J 4(A), J 5(B)
Connector
Junction

WG
C A
R
B

B
L

1 1

1 1H 1 1J 4 1J 2 1J

5 2
1
GLOW
Relay
25A
EFI MAIN EDU
3 1 Relay Relay

1 1

5 1J 3 1J 8 1J 7 1J
WB
BR

BW
WB
B

1 EA2 12 IF2
12 EA1
BR

BW

G1
Glow Plug 1

A
A WB

A J1
Junction
Connector
WB

BW

EB

68
BR(2)

WB

(1)

WB
B B B
E2

(2)

(2)
BR
B

B
WG

1 1 1 5
WG

Air Flow Meter


R
B

Control Valve

VRV (EGR)
Suction
14 IF3 1 IF3 11 IF2

S8

V1

A4
2 2 3 4 2
WG

GW

WR
WB

WB

BW
GY

YB
LR
(1)

(2)

(2)

(2)
R
B

8 A 1 A 2 B 15 A 2 D 1 D 9 C 24 C 31 D 32 C
Junction Connector

MREL +B BATT GREL PCV+ PCV EGR VG THA EVG


A B A B A B
J 7(A), J 8(B)

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU

A A A A IREL VCPA VPA EPA VCP2 VPA2 EPA2


10 A 26 A 22 A 28 A 27 A 23 A 29 A
BRW

GRG
BRR
LGR

BRY
WB

WB

BW

WL

4 6 5 1 3 2
VCP1 VPA1 EP1 VCP2 VPA2 EP2

A13
Accelerator Position Sensor

WB

BW

B B

WB

69
Engine Control
BR(2) BR
(2)
WB

(1)

B B B B
E2 E2 E2
WB

Turbocharger
Nozzle Motor
T11 M
Turbocharger Variable

Variable
Nozzle Sensor
M+

T10
2

BR
VNVC(+) VTA1 VNE2()

WB
(2)
(2)

(2)

(2)
B

(1)

(2)

(2)
W

WB
B
3 1 2

B
VSV (EGR Cut Valve)

Swirl Control Valve

(2)

(2)

(2)
W

L
1 2
8 1 5 2 10 3 6 3 A 2 A 2 B

T 1(A), T 2(B)
Throttle Body
+B VNVC VTA1 VNE2 M+ M GND GND +B E2

Assembly
V2

S9

VNTO VNTI DUTY VTA VC


2 1
9 4 T8 1 A 3 B 1 B
Turbo Motor Driver
BO

RB
YB
(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

GR
LG

B
RW

18 C 15 D 10 D 17 D 4 C 29 C
EGRC SCV VNTO VNTI LUSL VLU

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU

INJF #1 #2 #3 #4
25 D 24 D 23 D 22 D 21 D
BW

YR
(1)

1 : Shielded
R
B

2 : 1KDFTV
3 : 2KDFTV
4 : w/ Inter Cooler

3 EA1 2 EA1
(1)

WB

8 A 1 B 7 B 6 B 3 B 2 B 5 B
WB BATTERY GND IJf IJt# 1 IJt# 2 IJt# 3 IJt# 4

I 1(A), I 2(B)
B Injector Driver (EDU)
(1)

WB WB

70
BR
BR

(1)
(2)
(2)
RB

WB
RW

5 A
BR BR

COM1
B B
B A
(2)
(1)

W BR BR

4 A
B B
B A

28 D
E2

INJ# 1
B
1
2
B

2
1
YG BR BR

J10
B B
B A

20 D
THIA
F5 (4) (4)
Fuel Injector (No. 1) I4

B
RB Inlet Air
Temp. Sensor
(1) (Inter Cooler)

Junction Connector

I 1(A), I 2(B)
B
1
2
R

2
1
LB BR BR
B B
B A

28 C
E2

PIM
PIM
F8 (3)

Injector Driver (EDU)


Fuel Injector (No. 4)
G

3 A
3
RW

INJ# 4
VC

Engine ECU
T9
LW Turbo

6 A
Pressure

COM2
Sensor

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


(1)
3

LY
EGLS

33 C
P

EGLS
(3)

2 A
INJ# 2
E

RW
E2

VC

1
2
E
E
1
2

C
L RW BR
B B
B A

J10
(3) (3)
F6 E2 J 7(A), J 8(B)
BR

Fuel Injector (No. 2) EGR Valve Junction


Position Sensor Connector

C
LW

(1)

Junction Connector
1
2

C
Y
E
E
3
1

RW RW BR
18 D
E2

VC
VC

F7
Fuel Injector (No. 3) J6
Junction
L Connector

1 A
2

RY

INJ# 3
26 D
PR

PCR1

F9
Fuel Pressure
Sensor
BR
BR
BR

(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(3)

WB

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Engine Control
BR From Power Source System (See Page 60)

BR

BR
7. 5A 10A 7. 5A
(3) IGN STOP ST

22 2S 6 2M 2 2F 3 2O 19 2O

(A/T)
GB
BO

BO

LY
3 2
1 ID2
Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Air Cleaner)

S14 BY
Stop
Lamp SW (A/T)
(3)
BR

BR

BR

(A/T)
LY
4 1

Junction Connector
4 5 D A

GW

J11(A), J12(B)
RL
1 1 1
B L
Water Temp.
Fuel Temp.

P
Sensor

Sensor

4 IF3 5 2M F B
W1
F11
I3

N
2 2 2

(M/T)
(A/T)

(A/T)
N1

BY

LY

LY
21 2S Neutral
Start SW
GB
YG

BO
RL

RL
(3)

GW

31 D 29 D 19 D 9 A 14 B 15 B 7 A 6 A
THA THF THW IGSW ST1 STP STA NSW

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU

G+ G E1 NE+ NE E01 E02


23 C 31 C 7 C 27 D 34 D 7 D 6 D
(1)

(1)

WB

W
(1)

(1)
BR
Y

Y
L

(1)

(1) E1

(1)
1 1 2
Position Sensor

Position Sensor
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

Crankshaft
Camshaft

I1
A A A A A A A A A A A A
C1

C4

2 3
WB
(1)
L

J 9(A), J10(B) A B A B A B
Junction
Connector
(1)
BR

BR

WB

BR BR

WB BR

WB EC

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From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A
OBD
1 : Shielded
3 : 2KDFTV
4 : w/ Inter Cooler
5 : w/ Engine Immobilizer System
14 2D 6 : w/ Front Cooler

O
T17
A8 Transmission D1
Alternator Control ECU 16 DLC3
BAT

M CAN+ CAN WFSE SIL TC TAC SG CG


3 21 20 15 7 13 9 5 4

BW
RY

PB

BR
W
G

G
B 10 2C 22 2Q 21 2Q 6 2O
J6
Junction
Connector
B

9 2C 6 2Q 5 2Q 6 2N 22 2O
(A/T)

(A/T)
G

BW

BW
RY

PB
W

8 D 22 B 21 B 19 A 18 A 11 A 4 A
ALT CAN+ CAN WFSE SIL TC TACH

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU A
J23
Junction
18 ID2 Connector
AC1 ACT IMI IMO E0M THWO SPD GIND W
A
18 B 19 B 30 B 29 B 16 A 2 A 17 B 14 A 12 A
WB

WB
YG

VR

YR

RB
YB
RL
(6)

(6)

(5)

(5)

(5)

BR
Y

16 2Q

1 IE1
BW

32 2Q
RB RB
P

14 2 13 12 11 YR
AC1 ACT EFIO EFII E0M

VR

A9 T21
A/C Amplifier Transponder Key ECU

BR

BR BR

IE

73
Engine Control
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 7. 5A 10A
MET DOME ECUIG&GAUGE

1 2D 1 30 2S

RB
R
8 2J

25 2Q
R
BO

C 8(A), C 9(B)
21 A 1 A Combination Meter
Speedometer

Tachometer

Temp.
Check Engine

Glow

39 A 40 A 7 A 6 A 4 A 22 A 5 A
VR

RB
BW

PL
YR
RB

Y
P

16 ID2 15 ID2
RB
PL

26 2Q

3 1
BW

26 2P
RB
VR

YR S3 2
Speed Sensor

VR
BR

B A
J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector
P
B B
WB

BR

ID

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System Outline
This system utilizes an engine ECU and maintains overall control of the engine, transmission and so on. An outline of the
engine control is explained here.
1. Input Signals
(1) Water temp. signal circuit
The water temp. sensor detects the engine coolant temp. and has a builtin thermistor with a resistance varies
according to the engine coolant temp. Thus the engine coolant temp. is input in the form of a control signal to
TERMINAL THW of the engine ECU.
(2) Intake air temp. signal circuit
The intake air temp. sensor is detects the intake air temp. of air cleaner, which is input as a control signal to TERMINAL
THA of the engine ECU.
The intake air temp. sensor is detects the intake air temp. of inter cooler, which is input as a control signal to TERMINAL
THIA of the engine ECU.
(3) RPM signal circuit
Camshaft position and crankshaft position are detected by the camshaft position sensor and crankshaft position sensor.
Camshaft position is input as a control signal to TERMINAL G+ of the engine ECU, and engine RPM is input into
TERMINAL NE+.
(4) Throttle signal circuit
The accelerator position sensor detects the accelerator pedal opening angle, which is input as a control signal to
TERMINALS VPA and VPA2 of the engine ECU.
(5) Vehicle speed signal circuit
The speed sensor detects the vehicle speed and inputs a control signal to TERMINAL SPD of the engine ECU via the
combination meter.
(6) Battery signal circuit
Voltage is constantly applied to TERMINAL BATT of the engine ECU. When the ignition SW is turned to on, voltage for
engine ECU operation is applied via the MAIN relay to TERMINAL +B of the engine ECU.
(7) Started signal circuit
To confirm that the engine is cranking, the voltage applied to the starter motor during cranking is detected and is input as
a control signal to TERMINAL STA of the engine ECU.
(8) Fuel temp. signal circuit
The fuel temp. sensor is detects the fuel temp., which is input as a control signal to TERMINAL THF of the engine ECU.
(9) Intake air vacuum pressure signal system
Intake air vacuum pressure is detected by the turbo pressure sensor and is input as a control signal to TERMINAL PIM
of the engine ECU.

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Engine Control

2. Control System
EGR control
The EGR control system detects the signals from each sensor, then the current is output to the TERMINAL EGR to control
the VRV (EGR).
Common rail pressure control
The target rail pressure is calculated according to the engine status (Accelerator opening, engine speed) and
environmental change detected by sensors. The fuel amount to be pressurefed from the supply pump is calculated so as
to match the indicated value of rail pressure sensor with the target value and the signal is sent to the intake amount
adjusting valve of the supply pump in order to control the rail pressure.
Fuel injection timing control
The fuel injection timing is controlled by calculating the basic fuel injection timing based on the engine status (Accelerator
opening, engine speed), making corrections according to environmental change detected by sensors, then sending a
signal to the solenoid control valve of the injector via the injector driver (EDU).
Fuel injection volume control
The fuel injection volume is controlled by calculating the basic fuel injection volume based on the engine status
(Accelerator opening, engine speed), making corrections according to environmental change detected by sensors and the
inside pressure conditions in the rail, then sending a signal to the solenoid control valve of the injector via the injector
driver (EDU).
Pilot injection control
The fuel injection volume and timing are controlled by calculating the pilot injection volume/timing based on the engine
status (Accelerator opening, engine speed), making corrections according to environmental change detected by sensors,
then sending a signal to the solenoid control valve of the injector via the injector driver (EDU).
3. Diagnosis System
With the diagnosis system, when there is a malfunctioning in the engine ECU signal system, the malfunction system is
recorded in the memory. The malfunctioning system can be found by reading the display (Code) of the check engine warning
light.
4. FailSafe System
When a malfunction occurs in any system, if there is a possibility of engine trouble being caused by continued control based
on the signals from that system, the failsafe system either controls the system by using data (Standard values) recorded in
the engine ECU memory or else stops the engine.

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Service Hints
E5 (A), E6 (B), E7 (C), E8 (D) Engine ECU
BATTE1 : Always 9.014.0 volts
+BE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
VC, VCPA, VCP2E2 : 4.55.5 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
STAE1 : 6.0 volts or more (Engine cranking)
MRELE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
01.5 volts (More than 10 seconds passed away after the ignition SW was turned to OFF)
IRELE1 : 01.5 volts (Engine idling)
9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at OFF position)
GRELE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Engine cranking)
01.5 volts (Engine idling (More than 600 seconds passed away after the engine started to run) )
NE+ NE : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
G+ G : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
SPDE1 : Pulse generation (In driving at about 20km/h)
VPAEPA : 0.51.1 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully closed)
3.04.6 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully opened)
VPA2EPA2 : 0.92.3 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully closed)
3.45.0 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully opened)
STPE1 : 7.514.0 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal depressed)
01.5 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal released)
ST1 E1 : 01.5 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal depressed)
7.514.0 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal released)
PIME2 : 1.21.6 volts (When a negative pressure of 40 kPA (300 mmhg) is applied)
1.31.9 volts (During air release)
3.23.8 volts (When a pressure of 69 kPA (0.7 kg/cm3) is applied)
THWE2 : 0.21.0 volts (During warmup and coolant temp. 60C, 140F120C, 248F)
THAE2 : 0.53.4 volts (During warmup and intake temp. 0C, 32F80C, 176F)
THIAE2 : 0.53.4 volts (During warmup and intake air temp. 0C, 32F80C, 176F)
THFE2 : 0.53.4 volts (During cooling with the ignition SW kept at the ON position)
VGE2 : 0.53.4 volts (Engine idling)
PCR1E2 : 1.31.8 volts (Engine idling)
ALTE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
PCV+ PCV : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
#1, #2, #3, #4E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
INJFE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
EGRE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
: Pulse generation (EGR at ON position (Staying at 1500r/min after warmup) )
EGLSE2 : 0.61.4 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
AC1E1 : 01.5 volts (A/C SW on (Magnetic clutch ON) )
7.514.0 volts (A/C SW off)
ACTE1 : 3.514.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
01.5 volts (During air conditioners operation cut
(For 5 seconds during driving at 30km/h or slower at full throttle) )
WE1 : 03.0 volts (Check engine warning light lights up and ignition SW at ON position)
9.014.0 volts (Engine idling and except check engine warning light lights up)
GINDE1 : 03.0 volts (Glow indicator light lights up and ignition SW at ON position)
9.014.0 volts (Engine idling)
TACHE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
THWOE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
TCE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
03.0 volts (The DLC3 is shorted between the TERMINALS TC and CG)
CAN+ CAN : 54.069.0 (More than 10 seconds passed away after the ignition SW was turned to OFF)
VNTOE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
VNTIE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
NSWE1 : 00.3 volts (Shift position in P or N position)
914.0 volts (Other shift position in P or N position)

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Engine Control
: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A4 36 F9 36 J23 B 38
A8 36 F11 36 N1 37
A9 38 G1 36 S3 37
A13 38 I1 A 36 S8 37
C1 36 I2 B 36 S9 37
C4 36 I3 36 S14 39
C8 A 38 I4 36 T1 A 37
C9 B 38 J1 37 T2 B 37
D1 38 J4 A 38 T8 39
E2 36 J5 B 38 T9 37
E5 A 38 J6 38 T10 37
E6 B 38 J7 A 38 T11 37
E7 C 38 J8 B 38 T17 39
E8 D 38 J9 A 38 T21 39
F5 36 J10 B 38 V1 37
F6 36 J11 A 38 V2 37
F7 36 J12 B 38 W1 37
F8 36 J22 A 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1B
23
1G
Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
1H
24
1J
2C
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2F
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2N
2O
2P 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1
46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
EA2
ID2 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
IE1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Instrument Panel Reinforcement LH)
IF2
50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
IF3

78
: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
E1 I1 50 Engine Wire
46 Engine Wire
E2

79
Engine Immobilizer System

WR 5 AM2 IG2 6 B

ST2

11 IF3 I6
Ignition SW
WR

T20 D1

B
L

L
Transponder Key Amplifier DLC3

4 1B 1 12 2L 6 2C
Transponder Key Coil
SIL
2
7

RY
7. 5A
30A 7. 5A IGN
AM2 ECUB
ANT1 ANT2 22 2Q

1
29 2R 6 2R GND TXCT CODE VC5
7 5 4 1 22 2P
2
BO

LO
LY

LB

LY

B
L
30A
DCC
1 2 5 4 15 14 9
+B IG AGND TXCT CODE VC5 D
1
T21
Transponder Key ECU

1 1A CTY IND GND EFII EFIO E0M KSW


7 8 16 12 13 11 3

WB
GR

YG
RB

YB

BR
G

27 2N 3 2C 26 2N

27 2O 4 2C 10 2O
W

GR

GR

GY
2 29 B 30 B 16 A 1
IMO IMI E0M
Warning SW
Security Indicator Lamp

15 Unlock
Combination

U1

E 5(A), E 6(B) 2
Meter
C8

Engine ECU
16
S10
RB

1
Battery
LY

GR
G

3 IA1

B A B A
RB

J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector
Door Courtesy SW

1
(Driver' s Side)

B B B B
WB
D2

ID

80
Service Hints
T21 Transponder Key ECU
1Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
16Ground : Always continuity
2Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 E5 A 38 S10 39
D1 38 E6 B 38 T20 39
40 (Double Cab) I6 38 T21 39
D2 42 (Extra Cab) J22 A 38 U1 39
44 (Single Cab) J23 B 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1A
23 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
1B
2C 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2N
2O
2P 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
2R

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

81
Multiplex Communication System CAN

E6
Engine ECU

CAN+ CAN
22 21

P
21 20
CAN+ CAN

T17
Transmission
Control ECU

82
System Outline
Multiplex communication system (CAN) uses a serial communication protocol and communicates with a differential voltage.
In this network system, TERMINALS CAN+ and CAN are used for communication between the ECUs and sensors, and
excellent data communication speed and communication error detecting facility are provided. This system is working for the
following systems:
Engine Control
ECT

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
E6 38 T17 39

83
Headlight
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 1 1

20A 20A 7. 5A
HLP HLP DOME
LH RH

2 2 2

1 1 1

R
B
8 2J
3 3

H1 H2
Headlamp (LH) Headlamp (RH)

1 2 1 2 25 2Q
BW

BW
RY

RY

R
1
B A A A B A A A
C8

High Beam
J 4(A), J 5(B) Combination
Junction Meter
Connector

B B C B C B
27
BR

RY

RY

RY
C10
Combination SW 10 9

Light
Control SW Dimmer SW

B1 T1 (H) ED RF (ED) HL HU ED

OFF Flash

Tail Low

Head High

7
B

A A
J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector

A B
WB

IE

84
Service Hints
C10 Combination SW
107 : Continuity with the dimmer SW at LOW position and the light control SW at HEAD position
97 : Continuity with the dimmer SW at FLASH position or the dimmer SW at HIGH position and
the light control SW at HEAD position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 H2 36 J22 A 38
C10 38 J4 A 38 J23 B 38
H1 36 J5 B 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

85
Front Fog Light
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

50A 12 2J 10A
BATT P/I TAIL

3 1B 12 2Q 5 2C

GW
7 2S
WL

1 1H 2 1I

23 2S 7 2R
1

G
15A
FOG
8
2
C8
Front Fog
Combination
Meter
FOG
Relay

30

4 1I 3 1I

GB
GB

13 2J 30 2Q
RW

RW

14 2Q
E A E A
GW
GB

2 8 5
E B J 2(A), J 3(B) BFG LFG T1 B1
Junction
Connector
OFF
RW

RW

Front Fog
Light SW
On
2 2
F2 F3 OFF
Fog Lamp Fog Lamp Light
(Front LH) (Front RH) Control Tail
1 1 SW
Head
WB

WB

C10 1
Combination SW
P

A A
A WB J21
I2 Junction
J1 Connector
A Junction A
Connector
WB

WB

WB

EB EA ID

86
Service Hints
F2, F3 Fog Lamp (Front LH), (Front RH)
2Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the light control SW at TAIL or HEAD position, dimmer SW at LOW position and
front fog light SW at ON position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 F3 36 J3 B 38
C10 38 J1 37 J21 38
F2 36 J2 A 38

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1B 23
1H Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
24
1I
2C 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
2R 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EA 46 Right Side of the Fender Apron
EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
I2 50 Engine Wire

87
88
Light

C10
Control SW

GW

5 2C

Tail
OFF

Head

Combination SW
5
10A

B1
TAIL

8
G

T1
7 2R
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

J1 C2
Junction Clearance Lamp
Connector (Front LH)

A
A
1
2
WB WB G
7 2L

EB
A
Taillight and Illumination

WB
C3
Clearance Lamp
(Front RH)

1
2
WB WB G

I2

EA
7 2M

L1
License Plate Lamp LH

2
1
WB G

L2
License Plate Lamp RH

2
1
WB G

B3
B3

R4
G

WB
Rear Combination
Lamp (LH)

3
2

WB WB G G

B3
B3

Tail

R5
G

WB
Rear Combination
Lamp (RH)

A
3
2

WB WB WB WB G G G G

IG
7 2K

B3
B3

8 BA1
11 BA1

J15 Tail
Junction
Connector
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 7. 5A
MET DOME

23 2S 7 2S 1 2D 1

R
G G

8 2J

BO
G

25 2Q

R
C8
8 Combination Meter 21 1
Illumination
LCD
Illumination

22
Y

89
Taillight and Illumination

12 2Q 3 2Q 29 2Q 29 2P 19 2P 24 2P 28 2Q 19 2Q

(A/T)
(2)

(1)

(3)
G

G
Rear Window Defogger SW

Hazard Warning Signal SW


Radio Receiver Assembly
Ashtray Illumination

8
Cigarette Lighter

A/T Shift Lever


10
Illumination

Illumination
1 1 2 9 4
Blower SW

A16

A12
R3

C6

H5
R1

2 2 1 8 8
B6

7
3

(A/T)
WB
(2)

(1)

(3)

BR
W

R
L

B
J21
Junction
Connector
B
Y
J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
B A B A Connector
WB

17 2D
B B B B B B B B
WB

18 2D 9 2D
WB

WB

WB

WB

1 : w/ Ashtray Illumination
2 : w/ Rear Window Defogger ID IE
3 : w/ Cigarette Lighter Illumination

90
Service Hints
C10 Combination SW
58 : Continuity with the light control SW at HEAD or TAIL position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A12 38 J15 38 R1 39
A16 38 J21 38 R3 39
B6 38 J22 A 38 41 (Double Cab)
C2 36 J23 B 38 R4 43 (Extra Cab)
C3 36 40 (Double Cab) 45 (Single Cab)
C6 38 L1 42 (Extra Cab) 41 (Double Cab)
C8 38 44 (Single Cab) R5 43 (Extra Cab)
C10 38 40 (Double Cab) 45 (Single Cab)
H5 38 L2 42 (Extra Cab)
J1 37 44 (Single Cab)

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2C
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2P
2Q
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2R
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
52 (Double Cab)
BA1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
56 (Single Cab)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EA 46 Right Side of the Fender Apron
EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH
IG 48 Cowl Side Panel LH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
I2 50 Engine Room Main Wire 54 (Extra Cab)
B3 Frame Wire
B3 52 (Double Cab) Frame Wire 56 (Single Cab)

91
Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Light
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 15A
ECUIG& TURNHAZ
GAUGE

GY
2

20 2S 1 GB

BY
RL
2 IF3

GY

GB
BY
T22
Turn Signal Flasher 1 4 2 3
IG +B LR LL

EHW GND EL ER
8 7 5 6
GO

GB

GY
LG

25 2O

12 13
9 2N 25 2N
TL E TR
Turn Signal SW

LH
GO

GO
(1)

4 RH

C10 11
H5 Combination SW
Hazard Warning Y
Signal SW
W

2
R

28 A A A A B A
Junction Connector

HAZD
J22(A), J23(B)

J20(A), J21(B) J22(A), J23(B)


Junction Junction
Connector Connector
A B B B
T16 A B A B
Theft Warning ECU
WB

WB

WB

IE ID

92
Y
GB
GY
C8
Combination Meter

LH

22
24
GB GB

3 2S
19 2S
RH

25
GY GY

2 2S
18 2S

1
2
WB GB

3 2M
T14
Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side LH)

A
A
1
2
WB GB

3 2L
T12

A
A
WB WB Turn Signal Lamp

EB
(Front LH)
J1
Junction T13
Connector
Turn Signal Lamp
(Front RH)

1
2
WB WB GY
2 2L

I2

EA
T15
Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side RH)

1
2
WB GY
2 2M

Turn

3
1

WB WB GY GB GB
3 2K

12 BA1

R4
Rear Combination
Lamp (LH)
1 : w/ Theft Deterrent System

Turn

A
3
1

WB WB WB WB GY GY GY

IG
2 2K

B3

8 BA1
7 BA1

J15
R5
Rear Combination

Junction
Connector
Lamp (RH)

93
Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Light
Service Hints
T22 Turn Signal Flasher
1Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
4Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
2, 3Ground : Changes from approx. 12 to 0 volts with the ignition SW at ON position and
the turn signal SW at LEFT or RIGHT position or the hazard warning signal SW at ON position
5Ground : Continuity with the turn signal SW at LEFT position
6Ground : Continuity with the turn signal SW at RIGHT position
8Ground : Continuity with the hazard warning signal SW at ON position
7Ground : Always continuity

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 J22 A 38 R5 45 (Single Cab)
C10 38 J23 B 38 T12 37
H5 38 41 (Double Cab) T13 37
J1 37 R4 43 (Extra Cab) T14 37
J15 38 45 (Single Cab) T15 37
J20 A 38 41 (Double Cab) T16 39
R5
J21 B 38 43 (Extra Cab) T22 39

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2N
2O 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
52 (Double Cab)
BA1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
56 (Single Cab)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EA 46 Right Side of the Fender Apron
EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH
IG 48 Cowl Side Panel LH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
I2 50 Engine Wire 54 (Extra Cab)
B3 Frame Wire
B3 52 (Double Cab) Frame Wire 56 (Single Cab)

94
Memo

95
Stop Light
From Power Source System (See Page 60)
1 : w/ Center Stop Lamp

10A
STOP

2 2F
GB

S14
Stop Lamp SW

1
GW

5 2M

5 2K
GW

6 BA1
GW

GW
(1)

(1)
GW

GW
B3 B3
2 BD1
GW

GW

GW
(1)
C13
4 4 Center Stop Lamp 1
GW

GW

R4 R5
Rear Combination Rear Combination
Stop

Stop

Lamp (LH) Lamp (RH)


WB

WB

3 3 2
WB

WB

WB
(1)

1
WB
B3 BD1
(1)
WB

8 BA1
WB

A
Connector
Junction

A WB A J28
Junction
J15

Connector

IG IF

96
Service Hints
S14 Stop Lamp SW
21 : Closed with the brake pedal depressed

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
40 (Double Cab) J28 38 41 (Double Cab)
C13 42 (Extra Cab) 41 (Double Cab) R5 43 (Extra Cab)
44 (Single Cab) R4 43 (Extra Cab) 45 (Single Cab)
J15 38 45 (Single Cab) S14 39

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2F 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
52 (Double Cab)
BA1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
56 (Single Cab)
52 (Double Cab)
BD1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame No.2 Wire and Frame Wire (Under the Back Panel LH)
56 (Single Cab)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


IF 48 Cowl Side Panel RH
IG 48 Cowl Side Panel LH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
52 (Double Cab) B3 56 (Single Cab) Frame Wire
B3 Frame Wire
54 (Extra Cab)

97
BackUp Light
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A
ECUIG&GAUGE

25 2S

Y
RL
3 ID1

2 ID1

RY
27 2Q
RL

2 A (A/T)
2 B (M/T) 10 2I
N 1(A)
Neutral Start SW
B 1(B)

RW
BackUp Lamp SW
1 A (A/T)
1 B (M/T)
5 BA1
Y

RW
B3
RW

RW

5 5
RL

RL
BackUp

BackUp

R4 R5
Rear Combination Rear Combination
Lamp (LH) Lamp (RH)
WB

WB

3 3
WB

WB

B3
WB

8 BA1
WB

A
Connector
Junction

A WB A J28
Junction
J15

Connector

IG IF

98
Service Hints
B1 (B) BackUp Light SW (M/T)
(B) 2(B) 1 : Closed with the shift lever in R position
N1 (A) Neutral Start SW (A/T)
(A) 2(A) 1 : Closed with the shift lever in R position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
B1 B 36 41 (Double Cab) 43 (Extra Cab)
R5
J15 38 R4 43 (Extra Cab) 45 (Single Cab)
J28 38 45 (Single Cab)
N1 A 37 R5 41 (Double Cab)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2I 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
ID1 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
52 (Double Cab)
BA1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
56 (Single Cab)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


IF 48 Cowl Side Panel RH
IG 48 Cowl Side Panel LH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
52 (Double Cab) B3 56 (Single Cab) Frame Wire
B3 Frame Wire
54 (Extra Cab)

99
Interior Light
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 1 L

P
7. 5A 7. 5A
DOME ECUB (2)

2 2

1 1

R L

R
4 2E 8 2J I 5(B)
Ignition Key Cylinder Lamp
T20(A)
Transponder Key
Amplifier
R

25 2Q 8 2R
(6) (6)

B1

R 2 2 (5) (5) 6 6
A B A B
(2)
R

(5)
(6)

(5)
(6)
Ignition Key
(1)
R

Cylinder Lamp

1 2 1

Combination Meter
Door
Room Lamp
DOOR
OFF
ON
Map Lamp

R8

C8
1
M1

2 22 16 10 15 17

RL
WB

GY
RB
(1)

RB

26 2O

3 IA1

10 2O
GY
RB

Door Courtesy SW

Unlock Warning SW

1
(Driver' s Side)

1
B A
J22(A), J23(B)
Connector

D2
Junction

U1

2
B B B B

GR
WB

WB(1)

WB

ID

100
1 : w/ Map Lamp
2 : w/ Ignition Key Cylinder Lamp
3 : Double Cab
L 4 : Except 3
5 : w/ Engine Immobilizer System
P 6 : w/o Engine Immobilizer System
(2)

12 2N 12 2L

15 4 Integration Relay
ILE BECU

DCTY GND
16 1

27 2O 31 2O 3 2E 15 2O 1 2E 18 2D 9 2D

WB

WB

WB
RB

RL

RL

(1)
P

13 IA1
RL

RL
(4)

(3)

J29
RL B Junction Connector

RB
B B B
RL

RL

RL

RL
(4)

(3)

(3)

(3)
(Front Passenger' s Side)
Door Courtesy SW

Door Courtesy SW

Door Courtesy SW

1 1 1
(Rear RH)
(Rear LH)
D3

D4

D5

WB(1)

WB

IE

101
Interior Light
Service Hints
D2, D3, D4, D5 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side), (Front Passengers Side), (Rear LH), (Rear RH)
1Ground : Continuity with each of the door open

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 D4 40 (Double Cab) M1 42 (Extra Cab)
40 (Double Cab) D5 40 (Double Cab) 41 (Double Cab)
D2 42 (Extra Cab) I5 B 38 R8 43 (Extra Cab)
44 (Single Cab) J22 A 38 45 (Single Cab)
40 (Double Cab) J23 B 38 T20 A 39
D3 42 (Extra Cab) J29 38 U1 39
44 (Single Cab) M1 40 (Double Cab)

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2D
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2E
2J
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L
2N
2O
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
2R

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement LH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
B1 52 (Double Cab) Roof Wire B1 54 (Extra Cab) Roof Wire

102
Memo

103
Key Reminder and Light Reminder
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 7. 5A 7. 5A
TAIL DOME MET

5 2C 1 1 2D

R
G
GW

7 2R 8 2J
5 8

B1 T1
Control SW

OFF
23 2S 25 2Q
Light

Tail

BO
Head
G

C10
Combination SW C8
8 1 Combination Meter 21

Buzzer

22 10 16
GY

RB
Y

26 2O

3 IA1

10 2O

B A
GY

RB

J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector
1 1
B B B B
U1 D2
Unlock Door Courtesy SW
Warning SW (Driver' s Side)

2
WB

GR

GR

ID

104
System Outline
The current is applied at all times to TERMINAL 1 of the combination meter through the DOME fuse.
When the ignition SW is turned to ON position, the current flows to TERMINAL 21 of the combination meter through the MET
fuse. When the light control SW is turned to TAIL or HEAD position, current is applied to TERMINAL 8 of the combination
meter through the TAIL fuse.
1. Key Reminder System
When the driver door is opened with the ignition SW off and ignition key remaining in the key cylinder (Unlock warning SW
on), a signal is input from the unlock warning SW to TERMINAL 10 of the combination meter, and from the door courtesy SW
(Drivers side) to TERMINAL 16 of the combination meter. As a result, the buzzer in the combination meter goes on and
warns the driver that the key is remaining in the key cylinder.
2. Light Reminder System
When the light control SW is in TAIL or HEAD position, the ignition SW turned to OFF from ON position, ignition key is not in
the key cylinder and the drivers door opened (Door courtesy SW on), the current flows to TERMINAL 21 of the combination
meter stops. As a result, the combination meter is activated and current flows from TERMINAL 1 of the combination meter,
the buzzer in the combination meter goes on to remind the light is lighting up.

Service Hints
C8 Combination Meter
21Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
8Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the light control SW at TAIL or HEAD position
16Ground : Continuity with the drivers door open
22Ground : Always continuity
D2 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side)
1Ground : Closed with the drivers door open
U1 Unlock Warning SW
12 : Closed with the ignition key in cylinder

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 42 (Extra Cab) J23 B 38
D2
C10 38 44 (Single Cab) U1 39
D2 40 (Double Cab) J22 A 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2C
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2O
2Q
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2R
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

105
Seat Belt Warning
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 : w/ Door Lock Control System


2 : w/o Door Lock Control System
7. 5A
MET

1 2D

BO
C8
Combination Meter 21
Seat Belt
Driver' s

11 22
RY

19 IA1

B A
J22(A), J23(B)
RY
(1)

Junction
Connector

B B B
J26
Junction
RY
(2)

Connector
B
RY
(1)

F12
Front Seat Inner Belt
(Driver' s Side)
WB

2
WB

A
J28
Junction
Connector

IF ID

106
System Outline
When the ignition SW is turned to ON position, the current from the MET fuse flows to TERMINAL 21 of the combination
meter.
Seat Belt Warning System
When the ignition SW turned on, a signal is input to the combination meter. To determine whether the driver has fastened the
seat belt, a signal is input from the front seat inner belt (Drivers side) to TERMINAL 11 of the combination meter. When the
seat belt is not fastened, the drivers seat belt warning light in the combination meter blinks.

Service Hints
F12 Front Seat Inner Belt (Drivers Side)
12 : Open with the drivers seat belt in use
C8 Combination Meter
21Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
22Ground : Always continuity

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 F12 44 (Single Cab) J26 38
40 (Double Cab) J22 A 38 J28 38
F12
42 (Extra Cab) J23 B 38

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2D 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IF 48 Cowl Side Panel RH

107
ECT
From Power Source System (See Page 60)
L

50A
BATT
P/I

L
3 1B A B A B

J 4(A), J 5(B)
Junction
Connector
WB
C A

B
WL

B
L

12 EA1

WG

B
WG
B

14 IF3 1 IF3

1 1H 1 1J 5 1J 4 1J 2 1J

WG

L
1

25A 8 A 1 A 2 B
EFI
MAIN MREL +B BATT
Relay
2 E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)
Engine ECU

3 1J
WB

WB

A A A
J1 J7
Junction Junction
Connector Connector
A A A
WB

WB

WB

EB

108
L L

1 : Shielded

WB
J 7(A), J 8(B)
Junction
Connector B A
B B
E2

B B B B

RW

RW
WB
BR

BR

BR

BR

BR
B

1 5 1
J 7(A), J 8(B)

B A 2 A 3 A 1 B 2 B

T 1(A), T 2(B)
Connector

Throttle Body
+B GND VC E2
Junction

W1 E

Assembly
Water
Air Flow

J6
Temp.
Meter

DUTY VTA Junction


B B Sensor
A4

Connector
3 4 2 1 A 3 B 2 E
WR

RW
BW
YB

RL
GR
BR

BR
B

24 C 31 D 32 C 28 D 4 C 29 C 28 D 19 D 18 D
VG THA EVG E2 LUSL VLU E2 THW VC

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU

VCPA VPA EPA VCP2 VPA2 EPA2 NE+ NE E1 E02 E01


26 A 22 A 28 A 27 A 23 A 29 A 27 D 34 D 7 C 6 D 7 D
BRW

GRG
BRR
LGR

BRY

WB
WL

(1)

E1
W
Y

(1)

BR

1 2
A A
Connector
Junction
Crankshaft
Position
Sensor

J10
C4

A A
4 6 5 1 3 2
3
VCP1 VPA1 EP1 VCP2 VPA2 EP2 WB
BR

BR

WB
I1

A13
Accelerator Position Sensor
WB

WB

WB
WB
BR
WB WB BR
WB
EC
BR

109
ECT
From Power Source System (See Page 60)
L

From Power Source System (See Page 60)


7. 5A
ST

7. 5A 10A
IGN STOP

19 2O 3 2O 19 2N

LY

LY
22 2S 6 2M 2 2F 22 2R

1 ID2
GB
BO

BO

BO

BY

LY
3 2
Stop Lamp SW

D A 5 4

LY
L B

J11(A), J12(B)
S14

Connector
4 1 P

Junction

Junction Connector
D B
GW

GW

F B F B
RL

J11(A), J12(B)
N1

BY

BY
4 IF3 5 2M 21 2R Neutral
Start SW F A

7 ID2
BY
LY

21 2S
GW
BO

BO

BY
RL

LY
L
GW

9 A 14 B 15 B 6 A 7 A 14 A 6 A 5 A 11 C 12 C
IGSW ST1 STP NSW STA STP IG2 BATT STA NSW

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D) T17(A), T18(B), T19(C)


Engine ECU Transmission Control ECU

SPD CAN+ CAN WFSE SIL TC WFSE SIL CAN CAN+ SP1 THOC E2
17 B 22 B 21 B 19 A 18 A 11 A 24 B 23 B 20 A 21 A 25 A 24 C 23 C
RY

RY
PB
W

VR

BY
BR
9 2C 6 2Q 5 2Q 11 2C 6 2P
VR

10 2Q
A/T Fluid Temp. Sensor

1
10 2C 22 2Q 21 2Q
26 2P 26 2Q
RY

PB
W

A2
VR

VR

2
15 7 13
WFSE SIL TC
D1
DLC3

VR

WB WB

BR BR

WB WB

BR BR

110
BR
BR
VR

WB
WB
2
O GY V

20 C
3 C

SLT+
NCO+

SLT+
T6
Transmission

6
G LB Revolution Sensor (Input)

19 C
2
1
P

SLT
2 C
NCO

SLT

E1
7
Y G

16 C
SL

S3
R

ECT Solenoid
30 C
SP2+

4
W GR T7

18 C
S1
Transmission

S1
Revolution Sensor (Output)

2
1
G

29 C

8
B WL

SP2

17 C
S2

S2
1
RL

RY RY Y

9 B
R
27 2P
27 2Q
3 ID1

WB WB

10 C
E01
GO GO

T17(A), T18(B), T19(C)


3
12 A
18 2N
18 2O

Transmission Control ECU


BR

1 C
E1
N1

2
1
3
9
7

C
C
DL

AT3
NSSD

GW GW GY GY

15 B
C B
A A

L4
(4WD) (4WD)
T4 J6 Transmission
Transfer Indicator SW Junction
Neutral Start SW

Control SW
(L4 Position) Connector
S11

WB(4WD)
Shift Lock
Control ECU

2
1
WB

A A
A B
2
RB

(4WD) GY GY
8 B
C B

T5
WB Transfer

A A
Indicator SW
(Neutral Position)
3
2L

J 7(A), J 8(B) L L L
2
11 A
B B
B A

Junction WB
Connector (4WD)

A
8
LL

J6
GR GR
L
10 A
A B
C A

Junction
A

Connector
J11(A), J12(B)
WG WG Junction Connector
16 B
8 A

8 ID2
TFN
OILW

(4WD) (4WD)
P

BR
RL

VR

111
ECT
From Power Source System (See Page 60)
RL
1

7. 5A 7. 5A 10A
MET DOME ECUIG&GAUGE

1 2D 1 25 2S 30 2S

BO

RB
RL
2 ID1 15 ID2

RL

RB
S3
Speed Sensor 1
8 2J

25 2Q
3 2

PL

BR
P 16 ID2
BO

PL
R

C 8(A), C 9(B)
21 A 1 A Combination Meter 5 A
Speedometer

Tachometer

Temp.
A/T OIL TEMP

18 A 6 A 22 A
VR
P

B A
J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector

B B
WB

VR

BR

ID

112
System Outline
Previous automatic transmissions have selected each gear shift using mechanically controlled throttle hydraulic pressure,
governor hydraulic pressure and lockup hydraulic pressure. The electronically controlled transmission, however, electrically
controls the line pressure, throttle pressure, lockup pressure and accumulator pressure etc. through the solenoid valve. The
electronically controlled transmission is a system which precisely controls gear shift timing and lockup timing in response to
the vehicles driving conditions and the engine condition detected by various sensors. It makes smooth driving possible by
shift selection for each gear which is the most appropriate to the driving conditions at that time, and by preventing downing,
squat and gear shift shock when starting off.
1. LockUp Operation
When the transmission control ECU decides based on each signal that the lockup condition has been met, the current
flows through TERMINAL SL of the transmission control ECU to TERMINAL 7 of the ECT solenoid to GROUND, causing
lockup operation.
2. Stop Lamp SW Circuit
If the brake pedal is depressed (Stop lamp SW on) when driving in lockup condition, a signal is input to TERMINAL STP of
the transmission control ECU. The transmission control ECU operates and cuts the current to the solenoid to release
lockup.

Service Hints
T17 (A), T19 (C) Transmission Control ECU
(A) 6Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
(A) 5Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
(C)12Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ST position
(A) 14Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the brake pedal depressed
(C) 1, (C) 10Ground : Always continuity
N1 Neutral Start SW
21 : Closed with the shift lever in R position
27 : Closed with the shift lever in D position
23 : Closed with the shift lever in 2 position
28 : Closed with the shift lever in L position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A2 36 J4 A 38 S14 39
A4 36 J5 B 38 T1 37
A13 38 J6 38 T2 37
C4 36 J7 A 38 T4 37
C8 A 38 J8 B 38 T5 37
C9 B 38 J10 38 T6 37
D1 38 J11 A 38 T7 37
E1 36 J12 B 38 T17 A 39
E5 A 38 J22 A 38 T18 B 39
E6 B 38 J23 B 38 T19 C 39
E7 C 38 N1 37 W1 37
E8 D 38 S3 37
J1 37 S11 39

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

113
ECT
: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1B 23
1H Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
24
1J
2C
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2F
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2N
2O
2P
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
2R
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1 46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
ID1
48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
ID2
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
E1 I1 50 Engine Wire
46 Engine Wire
E2

114
Memo

115
ABS
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 10A 40A 30A 10A


MET ECUIG& ABS ABS STOP
GAUGE NO. 1 NO. 2

1 2D 8 2L 4 2K 2 1B 2 1C 2 2F

GB
(4WD)
RL
2

S14
Stop 5 2M
Lamp SW

10 IG1 1

5 2L

GW
WR
BO

R
B

(4WD)

GW
V

C8 S2
Combination Skid Control ECU
Meter 21 25 22 23 1 with Actuator 10
IG1 EXI2 +BM +BS STP
Brake

ABS

36 38
WA PKB GND1 GND2 EXI
13 18 2 24 17
(4WD)
RG

RB
LO
LG

RG

Junction Connector

I A
J 4(A), J 5(B)

3 IF2 5 EA1
(4WD)

(4WD)
RB

RB

D B
LO

D D 3
Connector

ADD Acutuator
Junction

1 2S 17 2S
J6
WB

WB

D
A3
(4WD)
RB

4
(4WD)
WB

1 2M 1 2K 1 2L

8 A B
LG

LG

LG

J 8(A), J 9(B)

ADD
Connector
Junction
Brake Fluid Level

1 1 1
Warning SW

B3 P2 A A A A
Brake Parking F14
Vacuum Brake SW 4WD Control
Warning SW ECU
B2

WB
2
(4WD)

WB
WB

(4WD)

EA EC

116
2 2

Speed Sensor

Speed Sensor
(Rear RH)
D1

(Rear LH)
DLC3

S21

S22
1 1

TS SIL TC

W
L

L
12 7 13

1 1 2 BE1 1 BE1 4 BE1 3 BE1


RY

PB

FL+ FR+
W

R
Y

L
22 2Q 21 2Q 7 BA2 6 BA2 2 BA2 1 BA2

Speed Sensor

Speed Sensor
(Front RH)
(Front LH)

R
B

L
S4

S5
6 2J 5 2J FL FR
7 IF2 2 2
3 IG1 4 IG1 1 IG1 2 IG1
LW
PL
LY
W

O
R

R
P

L
15 14 16 9 8 31 30 11 12 33 34
TS D/G TC FL+ FL FR+ FR RL+ RL RR+ RR

+BS

EXI4 GGND VGS GL1 M M+ SFRR SFRH SFLR SFLH SRRR SRRH
3 7 28 4
(4WD)
GW

(4WD)

(4WD)

(4WD)
(3)

M
W

R
B

6 EA1
6 IG1 8 IG1 7 IG1 5 IG1
(4WD)
GW

C
Connector
Junction

(4WD)

(4WD)

(4WD)
J6

(3)
(1)

(3)
(1)
W

R
B

C
(4WD)
GW

S2
Skid Control ECU
with Actuator

1 B2
(3)
(2)

(3)
(2)

1 : Extra Cab, Single Cab


Indicator SW

2 : Double Cab
(L4 Position)

3 : Shielded
BR
Transfer

(1)
T4

2 3 1
2
GGND VGS GL1

WB A
J28
(4WD) Junction
A17 Connector
ABS Deceleration
Sensor
IF

117
ABS
System Outline
This system controls the respective brake fluid pressures acting on the brake cylinders of the right front wheel, left front
wheel, and rear wheels when the brakes are applied in a panic stop so that the wheels do not lock.
This results in improved directional stability and steerability during panic braking.
1. Input Signal
(1) Speed sensor signal
The speed of the wheels is detected and input to TERMINALS FL+, FR+, RL+ and RR+ of the skid control ECU with
actuator.
(2) Stop lamp SW signal
A signal is input to TERMINAL STP of the skid control ECU with actuator when the brake pedal is depressed.
2. System Operation
During sudden braking, the skid control ECU with actuator which has signals input from each sensor lets the hydraulic
pressure acting on each wheel cylinder escape to the reservoir.
The pump inside the skid control ECU with actuator is also operating at this time and it returns the brake fluid from the
reservoir to the master cylinder, thus preventing locking of vehicle wheels.
If the skid control ECU with actuator judges that the hydraulic pressure acting on the wheel cylinder is insufficient, the current
acting on the solenoid is controlled and the hydraulic pressure is increased.
Holding of the hydraulic pressure is also controlled by the ECU, by the same method as above, by repeated pressure
reduction. Holding and increase are repeated to maintain vehicle stability and to improve steerability during sudden braking.

Service Hints
S4, S5 Speed Sensor (Front LH), (Front RH)
12 : 0.91.3 k (25C, 77F)
S2 Skid Control ECU with Actuator
25Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
10Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the stop lamp SW on (Brake pedal depressed)
2, 24Ground : Always continuity
1, 23Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
S14 Stop Lamp SW
21 : Closed with the brake pedal depressed

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A3 36 J4 A 38 S5 37
40 (Double Cab) J5 B 38 S14 39
A17 42 (Extra Cab) J6 38 41 (Double Cab)
44 (Single Cab) J8 A 38 S21 43 (Extra Cab)
B2 36 J9 B 38 45 (Single Cab)
B3 36 J28 38 41 (Double Cab)
C8 38 P2 39 S22 43 (Extra Cab)
D1 38 S2 37 45 (Single Cab)
F14 39 S4 37 T4 37

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1B
23 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
1C
2D 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2F
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2J
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2Q
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S

118
: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1 46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
IF2 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
IG1 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Floor Wire (Near the Driver Side J/B)
52 (Double Cab)
BA2 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
56 (Single Cab)
52 (Double Cab)
BE1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Skid Control Sensor Wire (Rear of the Rear Differential)
56 (Single Cab)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EA 46 Right Side of the Fender Apron
EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
IF 48 Cowl Side Panel RH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
B2 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire B2 56 (Single Cab) Frame Wire

119
Memo

120
SRS
NOTICE: When inspecting or repairing the SRS, perform service in accordance with the following precautionary instructions
and the procedure, and precautions in the Repair Manual applicable for the model year.

D Malfunction symptoms of the SRS are difficult to confirm, so the DTCs become the most important source of information
when troubleshooting. When troubleshooting the SRS, always inspect the DTCs before disconnecting the battery.

D Work must be started more than 90 seconds after the ignition SW is turned to the LOCK position and the
negative () terminal cable is disconnected from the battery.
(The SRS is equipped with a backup power source so that if work is started within 90 seconds from
disconnecting the negative () terminal cable of the battery, the SRS may deploy.)

D When the negative () terminal cable is disconnected from the battery, the memory of the clock and audio system will be
cleared. So before starting work, make a record of the contents in the audio memory system. When work is finished,
reset the audio systems as they were before and adjust the clock. Some vehicles have power tilt steering, power
telescopic steering, power seat and power outside rear view mirror which are all equipped with memory function.
However, it is not possible to make a record of these memory contents. So when the work is finished, it will be
necessary to explain it to your customer, and ask the customer to adjust the features and reset the memory. To avoid
erasing the memory in each system, never use a backup power supply from outside the vehicle.

D Before repair, remove the airbag sensor if shocks are likely to be applied to the sensor during repair.

D Do not expose the following parts directly to hot air or flame;

D Even in cases of a minor collision where the SRS does not deploy, the following parts should be inspected;

D Never use SRS parts from another vehicle. When replacing parts, replace with new parts.

D For the purpose of reuse, never disassemble and repair the following parts.

D If the following parts have been dropped, or have cracks, dents and other defects in their case, bracket, and connector,
replace with new one.

D Use a volt/ohmmeter with high impedance (10 k/V minimum) for troubleshooting electrical circuits of the system.

D Information labels are attached to the periphery of the SRS components. Follow the instructions of the notice.

D After work on the SRS is completed, check the SRS warning light.

D If the vehicle is equipped with a mobile communication system, refer to the precaution in the IN section of the Repair
Manual.

Steering wheel pad


Center airbag sensor assembly
Front airbag sensor assembly

121
SRS
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 7. 5A
MET IGN

1 2D 8 2B
A5 A6
Airbag Sensor Airbag Sensor
(Front LH) (Front RH)
D1
BO

DLC3
C8
Combination
21 Meter
A/B SIL TC SL +SL SR +SR
11 7 13 1 2 1 2
SRS

BRW
WR

BW
BO
RY
BY

PB

BR
22 2Q 21 2Q

4 IF1 3 IF1 2 IF1 1 IF1

22 20 7 2B 4 2B

BRW
WR

BW
PB

BR
W
BY
Y

16 15 21 28 30 27 29
SIL TC IG2 SL +SL SR +SR
A14
Airbag Sensor Assembly Center
LA D+ D E1 E2
Junction Connector

14 5 6 25 26
B A
J22(A), J23(B)

B B
BY

BY

YB

WB

WB

21 2O 5 2O 3 2B
WB

1 2B 2 2B
1 2

Spiral
Cable
18 2D 9 2D

A15
Airbag Squib
WB

WB

(Steering Wheel Pad)

WB

ID IE

122
System Outline
The SRS is a driver protection device which has a supplemental role to the seat belts.
When the ignition SW is turned to ON, the current from the ignition SW flows to TERMINAL 21 of the airbag sensor assembly
center.
If an accident occurs while driving, when the frontal impact exceeds a set level, the current from the ignition SW flows to
TERMINAL 5 of the airbag sensor assembly center to the airbag squibs TERMINAL 6 of the airbag sensor assembly center
to TERMINAL 25, 26 or BODY GROUND to GROUND, so that current flows to the airbag squibs and causes them to
operate.
The airbag stored inside the steering wheel pad is instantaneously expanded to soften the shock to the driver.

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A5 36 A15 38 J22 A 38
A6 36 C8 38 J23 B 38
A14 38 D1 38

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2B
28
2D
Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2O
29
2Q

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IF1 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

123
124
1
2
W B BR

1 1F

1 1A
2 2A

1 2G
4WD

I6

Battery
4 AM1

40A AM1
S2

100A ALT
Skid Control ECU J6
with Actuator Junction

Ignition SW
Connector

3
8

D
D

17
GW GW RB RB RB

EXI

6 EA1
5 EA1
ADD

EXI4
ACC

(1) (1) (1) (1)


IG1 1

D
RB

RB
3
1
4
B
B

10
Y BY BY BY

M
IG
12 ID1

DM1

ADD
DM1
J18

2
3
R

DM2

A3
Junction
Connector

DM2
6
1
RY

DL1
1 : w/ ABS

ADD Actuator
DL1
F14

4
5
2
RW

DL2
4WD Control ECU

DL2

GND
T18

C
GW

WB
Transmission
(1) Control ECU

C
C
15
16
GW WG WG

L4
8 ID2

TFN
(A/T) (A/T) (A/T)
J6 C8
Junction Combination
Connector Meter
7. 5A MET

1
2
6

B
4WD
7
31
21

WR RB BO
4WD
1 2D

12 ID2

GW
IND1

T3

(A/T, 1)
Transfer Indicator SW
WB WB (4WD Position)

A A
A B
A/T P
13
12

WG
17 ID2

(A/T)
WG

(A/T)

1
2
5

WB WB

A A
A B
GND

(A/T, 1)
10A

GB

(A/T)
(A/T)

WG

T4
Transfer
Indicator SW GB
(L4 Position)
5 ID2

(A/T)
2
1
A
A

WB WB WG
GAUGE&ECUIG

A A
A B

EC
(A/T) (A/T)
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

6
2

J 7(A), J 8(B) T5 J6 RL RL
25 2S

2 ID1

Junction Transfer Junction (A/T) (A/T)


Connector Indicator SW Connector
(Neutral Position) N1
Neutral Start SW
System Outline
Driving mode is switched to H2 or H4 or L4 when the driver operates the transfer shift lever. Transfer indicator SW (4WD
position) is turned on when the transfer shift lever is shifted in 4WD (H4 or L4).
1. 2-4 Select System
(1) Shifting from H4 to H2
When the transfer shift lever is changed from H4 to H2 position, transfer indicator SW (4WD position) detects OFF signal
to activate the ADD motor, which results in changing the transfer to 2WD (H2 position).
At this time, the transfer indicator SW (4WD position) are off.
(2) Shifting from H2 to H4
When the transfer shift lever is changed from H2 to H4 position, transfer indicator SW (4WD position) detects ON signal
to activate the ADD motor, which results in changing the transfer to 4WD (H4 position) to light up 4WD indicator.
(3) Shifting from H4 to L4
When the transfer shift lever is changed from H4 to L4 position, the shift fork shaft moves to change the transfer to 4WD
(L4 position), which results in turning ON transfer indicator SW (L4 position). ADD motor does not operate since it is only
the lever operation.
(4) Shifting from L4 to H4
When the transfer shift lever is changed from L4 to H4 position, the shift fork shaft moves. When transfer indicator SW
(L4 position) is turned OFF, the transfer changes to 4WD (H4 position). ADD motor does not operate since it is only the
lever operation.
2. Other Control
When abnormality is found in the 4WD system, the driver is warned by 4WD indicator lights flashing.

Service Hints
F14 4WD Control ECU
10Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
5Ground : Always continuity
T3 Transfer Indicator SW (4WD Position)
21 : Closed with the transfer shift lever at H4 position
T4 Transnfer Indicator SW (L4 Position)
21 : Closed with the transfer shift lever at L4 position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A3 36 J7 A 38 T3 37
C8 38 J8 B 38 T4 37
F14 39 J18 38 T5 37
I6 38 N1 37 T18 39
J6 38 S2 37

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1A
23 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
1F
2A
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2G 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1 46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
ID1
48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
ID2

125
4WD
: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block

126
Memo

127
Shift Lock
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 7. 5A 10A
ECUIG&GAUGE ACC STOP

4 2S 8 2N 2 2F

GB
2

S14
Stop
Lamp SW

GW
GR
B

5 2M

5 2S

GY
S11
1 Shift Lock Control ECU 6 7
IG ACC STP

KLS+ E SLS SLS+


12 8
LW

K1
Key Interlock
Solenoid

2
Y

Shift Lock
Solenoid
A A
J23 J21
Junction Junction
Connector Connector
A A
WB

WB

IE ID

128
System Outline
When the ignition SW is turned to ACC position the current from the ACC fuse flows to TERMINAL 6 of the shift lock control
ECU. When the ignition SW is turned to ON position, the current from the ECUIG&GAUGE fuse flows to TERMINAL 1 of
the shift lock control ECU.
1. Shift Lock Mechanism
If the brake pedal is depressed with the ignition SW set at ON (The stop lamp SW is on), the shift lock control ECU is
activated, allowing the driver to change the shift lever to a position other than the P position.
2. Key Interlock Mechanism
With the ignition SW at ON or ACC position, when the shift lever is put in P position, the current flowing from TERMINAL 12
of the shift lock control ECU to key interlock solenoid is cut off. This causes the key interlock solenoid to turn off (Lock lever
disengages from LOCK position) and the ignition key can be turned from ACC to LOCK position.

Service Hints
S11 Shift Lock Control ECU
6Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position
1Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
7Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the brake pedal depressed
8Ground : Always continuity
S14 Stop Lamp SW
21 : Closed with the brake pedal depressed

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
J21 38 K1 39 S14 39
J23 38 S11 39

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2F
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2N
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

129
Door Lock Control

1 : Double Cab
2 : Extra Cab

Integration Relay

L1 UL1 ACT+ ACT


14 11 3 2

4 2A 4 2D 28 2R 27 2R

LW
LY
LW
L

(1)
L
3 IH1 8 IH1
LW
L

J24(A), J25(B)
Junction
LY

LY
(1)

(1)
L

G A F A Connector G A F A 5 BC1 4 BC1

D A D A F A F A B A
J26(A), J27(B)
Connector

RY
Junction

G B H B G B H B
Front Seat Inner Belt

F B D B B B
1
LY
(1)

(1)
(Driver' s Side)

L
LW
L

LW

RY
LY
L

F12

5 A 8 A (1) 2
3 B 4 B (2)
6 5 4 1 8 1 4
Power Window
Control SW
Door Lock

Master SW
P 4(A), (B)
Unlock

Key Unlock
Lock

Key Lock

Motor

Motor

3 A (1)
10 B (2)
WB

WB

4 II1 D6 D9
Door Lock Assembly (Driver' s Side) Door Lock Assembly
(Rear RH)
WB

A
Connector
Junction

WB A
J28

IF

130
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 1

25A 7. 5A
DOOR ECUB

2 2

3 1

LG

L
4 2H 12 2L 13 2S

LY

LG
Integration Relay 5 4
ALTB BECU

GND DCTY
1 16 7 IH1

27 2O

11 2K 10 2K 18 2D 9 2D RB

LW

LG
26 25 4 14
UL3 L2 +B1 +B2
T16
RY
LY
(1)

(1)

Theft Warning ECU


R
L

CTY
D A D A E A E A
RY
(1)

(1)

7
J13(A), J14(B)

R
Connector
Junction

RL
5 BB1 4 BB1
E B D B
RL

15 2O 14 2N

13 IA1
WB

WB
RY

LY
(1)

(1)
R

31 2O
RL
(1)

RL

4 1 1 4 J29
B Junction Connector
RL
(2)
Motor

Motor

B B B
RL

RL

RL
(1)

(1)

(1)
(Front Passenger' s Side)
Door Courtesy SW

Door Courtesy SW

Door Courtesy SW

D7 D8 1 1 1
Door Lock Assembly Door Lock Assembly
(Front Passenger' s Side) (Rear LH)
(Rear RH)
(Rear LH)

RL
D3

D4

D5

ID IE

131
Door Lock Control
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 7. 5A 10A
DOME MET ECUIG&GAUGE

1 1 2D 30 2S

BO

RB
R
8 2J

25 2Q

26 2Q
VR

R
4 2P
C8
6 1 21 Combination Meter
RB

Speedometer
VR

17
SPD
T16
Theft Warning ECU
KSW E
5 1
22 15 16 17 5
WB
GY

RB

RB

RB
RL

PL
Y

10 2N

3 IA1 16 ID2 15 ID2


RB
PL

10 2O
RB

3 1
GY

Door Courtesy SW

1
(Driver' s Side)
Unlock Warning SW

1 B A B A
J22(A), J23(B)

D2

2 S3
Connector

Speed Sensor
Junction
U1

2 B B B B
WB
GR

WB

RL

ID EC

132
System Outline
1. Manual Lock Operation
When the door lock control SW or drivers side door key lock and unlock SW (When drivers seat belt is unfastened) are
operated to LOCK position, a lock signal is input to TERMINAL 14 of the integration relay and causes the integration relay to
function. The current flows from TERMINAL 5 of the integration relay to TERMINAL 3 to the door lock motors to TERMINAL
2 of the integration relay to TERMINAL 1 to GROUND and the door lock motors locks the door.
2. Manual Unlock Operation
When the door lock control SW or drivers side door key lock and unlock SW (When drivers seat belt is unfastened) are
operated to UNLOCK position, an unlock signal is input to TERMINAL 11 of the integration relay and causes the integration
relay to function. The current flows from TERMINAL 5 of the integration relay to TERMINAL 2 to the door lock motors to
TERMINAL 3 of the integration relay to TERMINAL 1 to GROUND and the door lock motors unlocks the door.
3. SpeedSensitive Automatic Door Lock
Under the precondition that one of the doors is opened with the ignition SW OFF, the theft warning ECU outputs lock signal
to the integration relay and the relay sends the lock signal to all the door lock motors when all the flowing conditions are
satisfied.
All the door are shut.
The unlock warning SW is ON besides the ignition SW is ON.
The vehicle speed reaches about 25km/h.
4. Ignition SW Linked Automatic Door Unlock
Under the precondition that the unlock warning SW is ON as well as the ignition SW is ON after door locked by the
speedsensitive automatic door lock, the theft warning ECU outputs unlock signal to the integration relay and the relay
sends the unlock signal to all the door lock motor when all the flowing conditions are satisfied.
The unlock warning SW is ON.
The ignition SW is OFF.

Service Hints
Integration Relay
1Ground : Always continuity
4, 5Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
14Ground : Continuity with the door lock control SW or
door key lock and unlock SW (When drivers seat belt is unfastened) locked
11Ground : Continuity with the door lock control SW or
door key lock and unlock SW (When drivers seat belt is unfastened) unlocked
D6 Door Lock Assembly (Drivers Side)
58 : Continuity with the door lock cylinder unlocked with the key
68 : Continuity with the door lock cylinder locked with the key

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 40 (Double Cab) J24 A 38
40 (Double Cab) D7 42 (Extra Cab) J25 B 38
D2 42 (Extra Cab) 44 (Single Cab) J26 A 38
44 (Single Cab) D8 40 (Double Cab) J27 B 38
40 (Double Cab) D9 40 (Double Cab) J28 38
D3 42 (Extra Cab) 40 (Double Cab) J29 38
44 (Single Cab) F12 42 (Extra Cab) 40 (Double Cab)
D4 40 (Double Cab) 44 (Single Cab) P4 42 (Extra Cab)
D5 40 (Double Cab) J13 A 38 44 (Single Cab)
40 (Double Cab) J14 B 38 S3 37
D6 42 (Extra Cab) J22 A 38 T16 39
44 (Single Cab) J23 B 38 U1 39

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)
3 35 R/B No.3 (Cowl Side Panel LH)

133
Door Lock Control
: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2A
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2H 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2N
2O
2P
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
2R
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
ID2 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
IH1 50 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
II1 50 Front Door RH Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
BB1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire LH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar LH)
BC1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire RH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar RH)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH
IF 48 Cowl Side Panel RH

134
Memo

135
Wireless Door Lock Control
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 25A
ECUIG&GAUGE DOOR

16 2S 3

T22 LG
Turn Signal Flasher

RL
LY

EHW
8

LG
GO

25 2O

7 IH1
9 2N
GO

RL

LY
LG
T16
28 Theft Warning ECU 18 14 4
HAZD IG +B2 +B1

SH E KSW CTY L2 UL3


13 1 5 7 25 26

RL
BW

GY

RL
B

LW

10 2N 14 2N 31 2O
RL

13 IF3 L

17
B

10 2O 15 2O
Security Horn

1
GY

RL

J29
Combination

Junction Connector
S1

1 13 IA1
Meter
C8
Warning SW

B B B B 16 15
Unlock
U1

RB

RB
RL

RL

RL

RL
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

2
RB
BW

GR

3 IA1
RL
(2)

B A
J22(A), J23(B)

Door Courtesy SW (Rear RH)


Door Courtesy SW (Rear LH)
Connector

(Front Passenger' s Side)

RB
Junction

Door Courtesy SW

Door Courtesy SW

B B B B 1 1 1 1
(Driver' s Side)
WB

D3

D4

D5

D2

ID

136
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A
ECUB

2
1 : Double Cab
1 2 : Extra Cab
LG

LY
L

4 2H 13 2S 12 2L

5 4 Integration Relay
ALTB BECU

UL1 L1 DCTY ACT+ ACT


11 14 16 3 2

4 2D 4 2A 27 2O 28 2R 27 2R 11 2K 10 2K
LW

RB
L

R(1)
LY

F G RY
Connector

L
Junction

(1)
J24

F G 3 IH1 8 IH1
LY
LW (1)
LY
(1)
L

RY
LY
(1)

(1)

(1)
R
L

D A D A F A F A D A D A E A E A
J26(A), J27(B)

J13(A), J14(B)
Connector

Connector
5 BC1 4 BC1
Junction

Junction
F B D B E B D B
RY
LY
(1)

(1)

R
L
LY
L

RB
4 1 1 4 4 1
Motor

Motor

Motor

D6 D9 D7
Door Lock Assembly Door Lock Assembly Door Lock Assembly
(Driver' s Side) (Rear RH) (Front Passenger' s Side)

137
Wireless Door Lock Control
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 : Double Cab 7. 5A
2 : w/ Ignition Key Cylinder Lamp DOME
3 : w/ Engine Immobilizer System
4 : w/o Engine Immobilizer System
2

(2)
R
8 2J

Integration Relay

8 2R

(2)
P
GND ILE
1 15

2 A (3)
2 B (4)

(4)
18 2D 9 2D 12 2N (3)

Cylinder Lamp
R(1) Ignition Key

Transponder Key
Cylinder Lamp
RY
(3)

Ignition Key
(1) (4)

Amplifier
T20(A)
I 5(B)
6 A (3)
6 B (4)
RY
(1)

(1)
R

P
(2)
5 BB1 4 BB1
WB

WB
LY
(1)

(1)
L

1 4
Motor

D8
Door Lock Assembly
(Rear LH)
ID IE

138
System Outline
Door lock control (Lock and unlock) and panic control (Theft alarm and flash) is performed by remote control, without the
ignition key inserted in the door key cylinder, using lowpower electrical waves emitted by a transmitter.
1. Normal Operation
Lock operation
When the lock button on the transmitter is pressed, all the doors are locked.
Unlock operation
When the unlock button on the transmitter is pressed, all the doors are locked.
2. Visual Confirmation of Lock or Unlock
If all doors indicate that they are locked after the lock command, security horn sound and hazard lights will sound and flash
once. If any door indicates that it is open after the unlock command, theft deterrent horn sound and hazard lights will sound
and flash twice.
3. Automatic Lock Operation
All the doors are automatically relocked unless any door is opened within 15 seconds after pushing the button (Transmitter)
to unlock all the doors under conditions that the ignition key is not inserted into the ignition key cylinder (Unlock warning SW
off), ignition SW is at OFF and all the doors are completely closed.
4. Illuminated Entry Function
When pushing the unlock button (Transmitter), it turns on the lights, such as the ignition key cylinder lamp for approx. 30
seconds. If the doors are locked with lock button (Transmitter) during this operation and ignition key is in the ignition key
cylinder (Unlock warning SW ON) to turn ON the ignition SW, lighting is cancelled and the lights immediately fade out.
5. Panic Alarm Operation
When the panic button on the transmitter is pushed, alarm sound and flash starts. The panic alarm operation is canceled
when one of the lock button, unlock button and panic alarm button is pressed.
6. Door Ajar Warning (By Pushing Wireless Lock Button)
Halfshut door is warned with security horn sound (For 1 second) by pushing the lock button (Transmitter) when one of the
doors is not completely shut.

Service Hints
D2, D3, D4, D5 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side), (Front Passengers Side), (Rear LH), (Rear RH)
1Ground : Continuity with each of the door open
T16 Theft Warning ECU
4, 14Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
1Ground : Always continuity
18Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
U1 Unlock Warning SW
21 : Closed with the ignition key in the cylinder

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 D6 44 (Single Cab) J24 38
40 (Double Cab) 40 (Double Cab) J26 A 38
D2 42 (Extra Cab) D7 42 (Extra Cab) J27 B 38
44 (Single Cab) 44 (Single Cab) J29 38
40 (Double Cab) D8 40 (Double Cab) S1 37
D3 42 (Extra Cab) D9 40 (Double Cab) T16 39
44 (Single Cab) I5 B 38 T20 A 39
D4 40 (Double Cab) J13 A 38 T22 39
D5 40 (Double Cab) J14 B 38 U1 39
40 (Double Cab) J22 A 38
D6
42 (Extra Cab) J23 B 38

139
Wireless Door Lock Control
: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)
3 35 R/B No.3 (Cowl Side Panel LH)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2A
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2H 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2N
2O
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2R
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
IH1 50 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
BB1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire LH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar LH)
BC1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire RH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar RH)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

140
Memo

141
Theft Deterrent
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 1 1

7. 5A 25A 7. 5A 10A
ST DOOR ECUB HORN

2 2 2

3 2O
3 1
HORN
Relay

4
LY

B L
8 1I 7 1I

LG
P

L
1 ID2

WR
Start SW
Neutral
N

B
LY N1
(A/T) B 12 IF3
5
(M/T)

12 2L
LY

WR
(A/T)
BY

BY
(A/T) 7 IH1 1 1
H4 H3
Horn Horn 16 2N
4 EA1 13 2S (Low) (High)

D
Connector
Junction

16 2O

LY
LG
J11
WR

BY

WR
D
T16
1 1 14 4 Theft Warning ECU 11
+B2 +B1 HORN

5 2
SRLY SH DSWH L2 UL3
ST 12 13 9 25 26
Relay
WB

GR

LW
B

L
3 1

G F

Connector
13 IF3 15 IF3

Junction
1 1

J24
GR

G F
WB

B
L

1 1
LW

S1
L

Security E3
Horn Engine Hood
Courtesy SW
10 IF3
2 4 2A 4 2D

WB 14 11
WB

L1 UL1

A
Connector

Integration
Junction

Relay
J1

A
WB

EB

142
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A
1 : Double Cab ECUIG&GAUGE
2 : Extra Cab

16 2S 30 2S

T22
Turn Signal Flasher

RB
RL
EHW
8
GO

RB
25 2O

9 2N
GO

T16
28 Theft Warning ECU 18
HAZD IG

CTY KSW E IND SPD


7 5 1 27 17
BW

GR
GY

VR
RL

10 2N 2 2C 4 2P
14 2N

10 2O 4 2C 26 2Q

31 2O 15 2O J29
GR

Junction Connector
GY

2
RL

RL

Security Indicator Lamp

1 VR
B B B B

13 IA1 U1
RL

RL

RL

RL
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

Unlock
Warning SW

2
S10

Y
RL
(2)

1
GR

WB
Door Courtesy SW (Rear RH)
Door Courtesy SW (Rear LH)
(Front Passenger' s Side)

B A B A B A
Door Courtesy SW

1 1 1

B B J22(A), J23(B) B B
D3

D4

D5

Junction Connector
WB

RL

ID

143
Theft Deterrent
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 7. 5A
DOME MET

1 1 2D
R

8 2J
BO

25 2Q

RB
R

C8
1 21 Combination Meter
Speedometer

6 22 17 16 5
RB

RB
RL

PL
VR

3 IA1 16 ID2 15 ID2


RB

RB
PL

VR
Door Courtesy SW

1 3 1
(Driver' s Side)

S3
Speed Sensor
D2

Y
2
BR

RL

EC

144
Service Hints
D2, D3, D4, D5 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side), (Front Passengers Side), (Rear LH), (Rear RH)
1Ground : Continuity with each of the door open
E3 Engine Hood Courtesy SW
12 : Open with the engine hood open
T16 Theft Warning ECU
9Ground : Continuity with the engine hood close
4, 14Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
1Ground : Always continuity
18Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C8 38 E3 36 J29 38
40 (Double Cab) H3 36 N1 37
D2 42 (Extra Cab) H4 36 S1 37
44 (Single Cab) J1 37 S3 37
40 (Double Cab) J11 38 S10 39
D3 42 (Extra Cab) J22 A 38 T16 39
44 (Single Cab) J23 B 38 T22 39
D4 40 (Double Cab) J24 A 38 U1 39
D5 40 (Double Cab) J25 B 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)
3 35 R/B No.3 (Cowl Side Panel LH)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1I 24 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
2A
2C 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2J
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L
2N
2O
2P 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2Q
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1 46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
ID2 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
IH1 50 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)

145
Theft Deterrent
: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

146
Memo

147
Power Window
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 P 4(A), (B)
Power Window Master SW

30A
PWR

3
E B DU DD
3 A 6 A 4 A 9 A (1)
L

10 B 9 B 2 B 5 B (2)

WB

LR
B
L
Junction Connector
C B

J26(A), J27(B)
2 1

A A A A

(1)
M
L

L
Junction Connector

C B
J16(A), J17(B)

P6
Power Window Regulator
Motor (Front RH)
A A A A
L
(1)
L

L
(1)
(1)
L

A A A A
J13(A), J14(B)
Junction
Connector

C B
WB

4 II1
L
WB

A 1 : Double Cab
J28 2 : Extra Cab
Junction
Connector

IF

148
P 4(A), (B)
Power Window Master SW

PU PD RLU RLD RRU RRD


10 A 13 A 18 A 12 A 16 A 15 A (1)
8 B 1 B (2)
GW

GY

GB
RY

RB
RL

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
10 II1 3 II1 2 II1 1 II1 6 II1 5 II1
GW

GY

GB
RY

RB
RL

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
L
(1)

L L
GY

GB
RY

RB
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
L

(1) (1)

3 IC1 4 IC1 8 BB1 6 BB1 7 BB1 8 BC1 6 BC1 7 BC1


GW

GB

GB
RB

RB
RL

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
L

L
(Front Passenger' s Side)

3 1 4 3 1 4 3 1 4
Power Window SW

Power Window SW

Power Window SW
Down

Down

Down
Up

Up

Up

(Rear RH)
(Rear LH)
P10

P11
P9

2 5 2 5 2 5

L
LR

LR

LR
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
R

2 1 2 1 2 1

M M M

P5 P7 P8
Power Window Regulator Power Window Regulator Power Window Regulator
Motor (Front LH) Motor (Rear LH) Motor (Rear RH)

149
Power Window
System Outline
1. Manual Down or Up Operation
When the power window master SW is pushed one step, the motor rotates to open the window.
When the power window master SW is pulled up one step, the motor rotates in the opposite direction, to close the window.
All the other windows can be opened/closed as well, by the operation of the power window master SW or respective power
window SW.
When the window lock SW is pushed to the lock side, the ground circuit to the passengers window becomes open. As a
result, even if Open/Close operation of the passengers window is attempted, the current from TERMINAL E of the power
window master SW is not grounded and the motor does not rotate, so the passengers window can not be operated and
window lock occurs.
2. Auto Down Operation (Drivers Window)
When the power window master SW is pushed two steps, the motor rotates to open the window automatically.
3. Stopping of Auto Down Operation (Drivers Window)
Auto operation can be stopped in midcourse with switching power window master SW one step upward during the down
operation.

Service Hints
P4 (A), (B) Power Window Master SW
BGround : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
EGround : Always continuity
DUGround : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW on and the master SW (Drivers window) at UP or AUTO UP position
DDGround : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW on and the master SW (Drivers window)
at DOWN or AUTO DOWN position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
J13 A 38 P4 B 42 (Extra Cab) P8 40 (Double Cab)
J14 B 38 40 (Double Cab) 40 (Double Cab)
J16 A 38 P5 42 (Extra Cab) P9 42 (Extra Cab)
J17 B 38 44 (Single Cab) 44 (Single Cab)
J26 A 38 40 (Double Cab) P10 40 (Double Cab)
J27 B 38 P6 42 (Extra Cab) P11 40 (Double Cab)
J28 38 44 (Single Cab)
P4 A 40 (Double Cab) P7 40 (Double Cab)

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
3 35 R/B No.3 (Cowl Side Panel LH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IC1 48 Front Door LH Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
II1 50 Front Door RH Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
BB1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire LH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar LH)
BC1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire RH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar RH)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


IF 48 Cowl Side Panel RH

150
Memo

151
Front Wiper and Washer
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 : w/ INT Time SW 20A


2 : w/o INT Time SW WIP

9 2L 26 2S 9 2M
C11(A), C12(B)
Combination SW

LW

LW

LW
1
EW

W2
M Windshield
Washer
Motor
2
W

Wiper Relay
13
W 1 BR BR
A IF2
Off
On

Front
Washer SW
EW 2 WB
A
B1
INT2

(1) +B 3 LW
B
INT1

(2)

(1)

+S 4 WG
+S

+2 1 LY
+2

+1 2 LB
+1

5 IF2 6 IF2 4 IF2


+B

WG

LW
LB

LY
MIST

OFF

INT

LO

HI

5 3 1 2
Front Wiper SW

M
WB

W3 4
Windshield
Wiper Motor
WB

IE EA

152
System Outline
With the ignition SW turned on, the current flows to TERMINAL (B) 3 of the front wiper and washer SW, TERMINAL 1 of the
windshield washer motor and TERMINAL 2 of the windshield wiper motor through the WIP fuse.
1. Low Speed Position
With the front wiper SW turned to LO position, the current flows from TERMINAL (B) 3 of the front wiper and washer SW to
TERMINAL (B) 2 to TERMINAL 5 of the windshield wiper motor to TERMINAL 4 to GROUND and causes the windshield
wiper motor to run at low speed.
2. High Speed Position
With the front wiper SW turned to HI position, the current flows from TERMINAL (B) 3 of the front wiper and washer SW to
TERMINAL (B) 1 to TERMINAL 3 of the windshield wiper motor to TERMINAL 4 to GROUND and causes the windshield
wiper motor to run at high speed.
3. INT Position
With the front wiper SW turned to INT position, the wiper relay operates and current flows from TERMINAL (B) 3 of the front
wiper and washer SW to TERMINAL (A) 2 to GROUND. This activates the intermittent circuit and the current flows from
TERMINAL (B) 3 of the front wiper and washer SW to TERMINAL (B) 2 to TERMINAL 5 of the windshield wiper motor to
TERMINAL 4 to GROUND and the wiper operates.
The intermittent operation is controlled by the charge/discharge function of the condenser installed in the relay, and the
intermittent time is controlled by a time control SW to change the charging time of the condenser (w/ INT time SW).
Intermittent operation is controlled by a condenser charge and discharge function in the relay (w/o INT time SW).
4. Mist Position
With the front wiper SW turned to MIST position, the current flows from TERMINAL (B) 3 of the front wiper and washer SW to
TERMINAL (B) 2 to TERMINAL 5 of the windshield wiper motor to TERMINAL 4 to GROUND and causes the windshield
wiper motor to run at low speed.
5. Washer Interlocking Operation
With the washer SW pulled to ON position, the current flows from the WIP fuse to TERMINAL 1 of the windshield washer
motor to TERMINAL 2 to TERMINAL (A) 1 of the front wiper and washer SW to TERMINAL (A) 2 to GROUND and causes
the windshield washer motor to run and the window washer to spray. Simultaneously, current flows from the WIP fuse to
TERMINAL (B) 3 of the front wiper and washer SW to TERMINAL (B) 2 to TERMINAL 5 of the windshield wiper motor to
TERMINAL 4 to GROUND, causing the wiper to function.

Service Hints
C11 (A), C12 (B) Combination SW
(A) 2Ground : Always continuity
(B) 3Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
(B) 2Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW on and the front wiper SW at LO or MIST position
Approx. 12 volts intermittently with the ignition SW on and the front wiper SW at INT position
(B) 4Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW on and unless the windshield wiper motor at STOP position
(B) 1Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW on and the front wiper SW at HI position
W3 Windshield Wiper Motor
21 : Closed unless the windshield wiper motor at STOP position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C11 A 38 W2 37
C12 B 38 W3 37

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2L
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2S 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IF2 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

153
Front Wiper and Washer
: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EA 46 Right Side of the Fender Apron
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

154
Memo

155
Horn
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A
HORN

HORN
Relay

7 1I 8 1I

WR

B
B

12 IF3

1 1
H4 H3
Horn (Low) Horn (High)
WR

16 2N

32 2O
WR

S13
Horn SW

Spiral Cable

156
Service Hints
H3, H4 Horn (High), (Low)
1Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the horn SW on

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
H3 36 H4 36 S13 39

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1I 24 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
2N
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2O

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

157
Cigarette Lighter
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

15A
CIG

1 2C

2
C5
Cigarette
Lighter
1
BR

A
J23
Junction
Connector
A
WB

IE

158
Service Hints
C5 Cigarette Lighter
2Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position
1Ground : Always continuity

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C5 38 J23 38

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2C 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

159
Power Outlet
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

15A 7. 5A
PWR OUT ACC

5 2

PWR OUT
Relay

3 1

23 2P 9 2D 18 2D
WB

WB
P

P3
Power Point
Socket

2
WB

A A
J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector

A B
WB

WB

WB

IE ID

160
Service Hints
P3 Power Point Socket
1Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position
2Ground : Always continuity

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
J22 A 38 J23 B 38 P3 39

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2D 28
Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2P 29

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

161
Clock
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 7. 5A 7. 5A
TAIL DOME ACC

5 2C 1 23 2N
GW

V
7 2R 8 2J
5 8

B1 T1
Control SW

OFF
7 2S 25 2P
Light

Tail
G

Head

C10 12 2Q
Combination SW

8 2P
G

3 1 4
ILL(+) B(+) ACC(+)

EARTH()
2 C7
Clock
WB

A A
J20(A), J21(B)
Junction
Connector

A B
WB

ID

162
Service Hints
C7 Clock
4Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position
1Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
3Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the light control SW at TAIL or HEAD position
2Ground : Always continuity

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
C7 38 J20 A 38
C10 38 J21 B 38

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2C 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2N
2P
2Q 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2R
2S

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

163
Rear Window Defogger
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

20A 10A
DEF ECUIG&GAUGE

3
8 2K 4 2R

RL

RL
D A

BY
J16(A), J17(B)
Junction
Connector
E B

RL

3 3

5 1

DEF
Relay

3 2

3 3

RL
B

12 IH1

E A
J16(A)
Junction
Connector
E A
RL

RL

4 5
D IG
B

1 A

R 6(A), R 7(B)
Rear Window E
Defogger
3 R3
1 B Rear Window
Defogger SW
BR

A A
J22(A), J23(B)
B

Junction
Connector

A B

A
WB

J15
Junction
Connector

IG IE

164
Service Hints
DEF Relay
53 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON position and the rear window defogger SW at ON position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
J15 38 J23 B 38 41 (Double Cab)
R7 B
J16 A 38 R3 39 43 (Extra Cab)
J17 B 38 41 (Double Cab)
R6 A
J22 A 38 43 (Extra Cab)

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
3 35 R/B No.3 (Cowl Side Panel LH)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2R 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IH1 50 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH
IG 48 Cowl Side Panel LH

165
Remote Control Mirror
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A
ACC

23 2O

V
O1
Outer Mirror SW 8
B
Operation SW

Left Right Up Down Left/ Right/


Up Down

MH MV
Select SW

Left Right Left Right

HL HR VL VR M+ E
5 2 4 3 6 7
BRR
RG
LG
R

B
L

BRR

BRR
RG
R

B A A A H A H A

J24(A), J25(B)
BRR
LG

Junction
L

Connector

D B E B F B
4 IB1 3 IB1 1 IB1
BRR

BRR
RG
LG

R
L

1 5 3 1 5 3
MH MV M+ MH MV M+
A
J23
M M M M Junction
Connector
A

O2 O3
Outer Rear View Outer Rear View
WB

Mirror (LH) Mirror (RH)

IE

166
Service Hints
O1 Outer Mirror SW
8Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position
7Ground : Always continuity
67 : Continuity with the operation SW at LEFT or UP position
86 : Continuity with the operation SW at RIGHT or DOWN position

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
J23 38 40 (Double Cab) 42 (Extra Cab)
O3
J24 A 38 O2 42 (Extra Cab) 44 (Single Cab)
J25 B 38 44 (Single Cab)
O1 39 O3 40 (Double Cab)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2O 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IB1 48 Front Door LH Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

167
Audio System
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 15A
ACC RAD

24 2N 1

LY
2 IF2

LY
GR

R 1(A), R 2(B)
3 A 4 A Radio Receiver Assembly
ACC(7) +B(7)
ACC+B(8) BU+B(8)

GND FL+ FL FR+ FR


7 A 2 A 6 A 1 A 5 A
LG
P

L
9 IH1 4 IH1
6 IB1 5 IB1
LG

L
(1)

(1)
P

8 II1 7 II1
BR

(1)

(1)
LG

T23 T24
4 Tweeter (LH) 2 4 Tweeter (RH) 2
(2, 3)

(2, 3)

(2, 3)

(2, 3)
LG
P

3 1 3 1
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
LG
P

1 2 1 2

S15 S16
Speaker Speaker
(Front Door LH) (Front Door RH)

ID

168
1 : 6 Speaker
2 : 4 Speaker
3 : 2 Speaker
4 : Double Cab
5 : Extra Cab
6 : 6 Speaker, 4 Speaker
7 : w/ CD Player
8 : w/o CD Player

R 1(A), R 2(B)
Radio Receiver Assembly

RL+ RL RR+ RR
2 B 6 B 1 B 3 B
(6)

(6)

(6)

(6)
W
R
B

2 IH1 1 IH1 6 IH1 5 IH1


(4 6)

(4 6)

(4 6)

(4 6)
W
R
B

Y
(5 6)

(5 6)

(5 6)

(5 6)
1 BB1 2 BB1 1 BC1 2 BC1
W
R
B

Y
(4 6)

(4 6)

(4 6)

(4 6)
W

W
R

(4) (4)
(5) (5)

1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2
A B A B A B A B

S17(A) S18(A)
Speaker (Rear Door LH) Speaker (Rear Door RH)
S19(B) S20(B)
Speaker (Rear LH) Speaker (Rear RH)

169
Audio System
Service Hints
R1 (A) Radio Receiver Assembly
(A) 4Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
(A) 3Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position
(A) 7Ground : Always continuity

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
R1 A 39 43 (Extra Cab) 41 (Double Cab)
S16 T23
R2 B 39 45 (Single Cab) 43 (Extra Cab)
41 (Double Cab) S17 A 41 (Double Cab) 41 (Double Cab)
T24
S15 43 (Extra Cab) S18 A 41 (Double Cab 43 (Extra Cab)
45 (Single Cab) S19 B 43 (Extra Cab)
S16 41 (Double Cab) S20 B 43 (Extra Cab)

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2N 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IB1 48 Front Door LH Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel)
IF2 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
IH1 50 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
II1 50 Front Door RH Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
BB1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire LH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar LH)
BC1 52 (Double Cab) Rear Door No.1 Wire RH and Floor Wire (Center Pillar RH)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

170
Memo

171
172
10A
ECUIG&
GAUGE

RB

30 2S
7. 5A DOME
2
1

R
1
High Beam
RY

27 A
Combination SW
Combination Meter
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

Door Courtesy SW
(Front Passenger' s Side) Door
Door Courtesy SW RL R

17 A
1 A
8 2J

25 2Q

(Rear LH)
Door Courtesy SW
(Rear RH)

Door Courtesy SW RB

16 A
(Driver' s Side)

RB

15 A
Integration Relay
Speedometer

GY

10 A
Unlock Warning SW

Tachometer

T17
25
VR

10 2Q

SP1
(A/T)
Fuel

Control ECU
Transmission
C 8(A), C 9(B)
Combination Meter

T16
Theft
17
VR

4 2P
Temp.

SPD
(1)

Warning ECU
E6
17
VR VR
6 A

26 2P
26 2Q

SPD

Engine ECU

RB
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

1 : w/ Theft Deterrent System


7. 5A
MET

1 2D

BO
C 8(A), C 9(B)
Combination Meter 21 A

Fuel Sedimenter
TBELT

Fuel Filter/
ODO/TRIP Buzzer Fuel

5 A 23 A 2 A 3 A 7 A 4 A 14 A
LR
PL

BRY

WG
BR

BW

16 ID2 10 IF2 9 IA1 8 IA1


8 IF2
LR

BRY
PL

BR

WG
Level Warning SW

1
Fuel Sedimenter

3
3 BA1 4 BA1 Engine ECU 1
Speed Sensor

F4
BRY
F10

BR

Fuel Filter
2 Warning SW
S3

2
1 2 2
BR

WB

F13
RB

BR

Fuel Sender
1 EA1 Gage
A
J1
BR

Junction
3 Connector
15 ID2 A
I1
WB
BR

RB
EC EB

173
174
Driver' s
Seat Belt

C 8(A), C 9(B)
Combination Meter
Combination Meter

Front Seat Inner Belt RY SRS

11 A
(Driver' s Side)

Airbag Sensor BY
Assembly Center

20 A
DLC3 (w/ SRS)

LCD

1
Illumination
WB WB

19 A

IF2
(w/o SRS) (w/o SRS)

Front Fog
GB

30 A
Combination SW
(2)

Illumination
WB Y G

B B
B A
22 A
8 A

ID
Combination SW

Junction
Turn LH

Connector
GB
24 A

J22(A), J23(B)
Turn Signal
Flasher
Turn RH
GY
25 A

WB
(w/o SRS)
A/T OIL TEMP
P

WB
Transmission

18 A

(w/o SRS)
Control ECU (A/T)

A/T P
Transfer Indicator SW WG GB

13 A
12 A
(Neutral Position) Neutral Start SW

4WD
RB

31 A
4WD Control ECU

Charge
GR

37 A
Alternator

Glow
YR

40 A
C 8(A), C 9(B)
Engine ECU
Check Engine

Combination Meter
RB

39 A

3
ABS
RG RG

38 A

I2
IF2
(w/o ABS) (w/o ABS)

Skid Control ECU RG

WB
with Actuator (w/ ABS)
2 : w/ Front Fog Light

Brake

2
1
WB WB LG LG

36 A

1 2L

I2
1 2S

EA
B2
Brake Fluid
Level Warning SW

1
LG

1 2M
B3
Brake Vacuum
Warning SW

1
LG

1 2K
P2
Parking Brake SW

Oil Pressure

1
LGB LGB
35 A

E4 10 ID2
Engine Oil Pressure Sensor

175
Combination Meter
Service Hints
C8 (A) Combination Meter
(A) 21Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
(A) 1Ground : Always approx. 12 volts
(A) 22Ground : Always continuity
F13 Fuel Sender Gage
23 : Approx. 4 with the fuel full
Approx. 110 with the fuel empty

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
B2 36 F4 36 J22 A 38
B3 36 F10 36 J23 B 38
C8 A 38 40 (Double Cab) P2 39
C9 B 38 F13 42 (Extra Cab) S3 37
E4 36 44 (Single Cab) T16 39
E6 38 J1 37 T17 39

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
2D 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2J 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2K 28 Floor Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2L
28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2M
2P
2Q 29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2S

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1 46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
IA1 48 Instrument Panel Wire and Floor Wire (Left Kick Panel)
ID2 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
IF2 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
52 (Double Cab)
BA1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
56 (Single Cab)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EA 46 Right Side of the Fender Apron
EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
I1 50 Engine Wire I2 50 Engine Wire

176
Memo

177
Air Conditioner
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 40A
ECUIG& FR HTR
GAUGE
RL
(1)

LO
1 1C (1)

LO
RL
LB

(1)

(1)
B5
1 2F 30 2R 18 2P 4 Blower Resistor

BW

BW
A A A A

J18(A), J19(B)
5 1

Connector
10A A/C
HTR Relay

Junction
4

A B
3 2
1
BW

2 3

18 2D 9 2D 5 2A 16 2D

WB
RB

R
WB

WB

LW
B

2
Blower Motor

Junction Connector
M
A A

J22(A), J23(B)
4 1 2
B4

1
OFF
A B
BW

LO

M1

M2

HI

B6 6 5
Blower SW

LW
WB

WB
WB

WB

WB WB
(1) (1)
WB

ID IE

178
1 : w/ Front Cooler

RL
(1)

LO
(1)

WB
17 IF3
3

Position Sensor
Crankshaft
LO
(1)

C4
1
2 1

E1
A11

(Shielded)
A/C Volume SW

Y
L
Pressure SW

OFF
E 6(B), E 8(D)
P1

Engine ECU 34 D 27 D
2
NE NE+
YB
(1)

VRT E2 AC1 ACT


16 IF3 1 2 18 B 19 B
YB

RL

RL
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
R
V

3 10 5 6 14 2
PSW IG B/V TEMP AC1 ACT

A9
A/C Amplifier

GND MGC SG1 TEFIN


18 1 8 7
LW
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)
G
P
L

1 ID1 2
Junction Connector

A/C Thermistor

A A
(Shielded)
J20(A), J21(B)

A10
LW
(1)

A B
1
1
A/C Compressor
WB
(1)

A
A1

J10
Junction
Connector
A
BR

WB
(1)

EC

179
Air Conditioner
System Outline
Current is applied at all times through the FR HTR fuse to TERMINAL 5 of the HTR relay.
When the ignition SW is turned on, the current flows through the ECUIG&GAUGE fuse to TERMINAL 1 of the HTR relay to
TERMINAL 2 to TERMINAL 6 of the blower SW.
Blower Motor Operation
Low speed operation
When the blower SW is moved to LO position, the current flows to TERMINAL 6 of the blower SW to TERMINAL 5 to
GROUND, causing the HTR relay to turn on. This causes the current flows from the FR HTR fuse to TERMINAL 5 of the
HTR relay to TERMINAL 3 to TERMINAL 2 of the blower motor to TERMINAL 1 to TERMINAL 4 of the blower resistor to
TERMINAL 1 to GROUND, rotating the blower motor at low speed.

Medium speed operation (Operation at M1, M2)


When the blower SW is moved to M1 position, the current flows to TERMINAL 6 of the blower SW to TERMINAL 5 to
GROUND, causing the HTR relay to turn on. This causes the current flows from the FR HTR fuse to TERMINAL 5 of the
HTR relay to TERMINAL 3 to TERMINAL 2 of the blower motor to TERMINAL 1 to TERMINAL 4 of the blower resistor to
TERMINAL 3 to TERMINAL 2 of the blower SW to TERMINAL 5 to GROUND. At this time, the blower resistance of the
blower resistor is smaller than at low speed, so the blower motor rotates at medium low speed.
When the blower SW is moved to M2 position, the current flows through the HTR relay to TERMINAL 2 of the blower
motor to TERMINAL 1 to TERMINAL 4 of the blower resistor to TERMINAL 2 to TERMINAL 1 of the blower SW to
TERMINAL 5 to GROUND. At this time, resistance of the blower resistor is smaller than at M1 position, so the blower
motor rotates at medium high speed.

High speed operation


When the blower SW is moved to HI position, the current flows to TERMINAL 6 of the blower SW to TERMINAL 5 to
GROUND, causing the HTR relay to turn on.
This causes the current flows from the FR HTR fuse to TERMINAL 5 of the HTR relay to TERMINAL 3 to TERMINAL 2
of the blower motor to TERMINAL 1 to TERMINAL 4 of the blower SW to TERMINAL 5 to GROUND, rotating the blower
motor at high speed.

Service Hints
HTR Relay
53 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON position and the blower SW on
P1 Pressure SW
12 : Open with the refrigerant pressure at less than approx. 2.0 kgf/cm2 (28.4 psi, 196.1 kpa) or more than
approx. 32.0 kgf/cm2 (455 psi, 3138.1 kpa)
A9 A/C Amplifier
10Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
18Ground : Always continuity

: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
A1 36 B6 38 J19 B 38
A9 38 C4 36 J20 A 38
A10 38 E6 B 38 J21 B 38
A11 38 E8 D 38 J22 A 38
B4 38 J10 38 J23 B 38
B5 38 J18 A 38 P1 37

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1C 23 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
2A
28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2D
2F 28 Engine Room Main Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2P
29 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2R

180
: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
ID1 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
IF3 50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
E1 46 Engine Wire

181
I GROUND POINT
A (Shielded) WB Crankshaft
E1
Position Sensor

BR A A BR
(E1) Engine ECU

A BR
(E1)
(A/T)
Transmission
J10 Control ECU
Junction WB
Connector (E01)
(A/T)
18
BR BR WB
DLC3 (SG) ID2 I1 (E01)
Engine ECU
W
(E02)

1
Fuel Sedimenter BR BR
EA1 I1
Level Warning SW

WB
BR

BR
BR BR WB
Speed Sensor I1

EC

WB A A
4WD Control ECU (GND) B A

WB A A WB
ADD Actuator B A Transfer Indicator SW
(L4 Position)

WB A A WB
Transfer Indicator SW B A Transfer Indicator SW
(Neutral Position) (4WD Position)

WB A A WB
Injector Driver B A Throttle
(EDU) Body Assembly

WB A
Turbo Motor Driver B

J 7(A), J 8(B)
Junction
Connector

182
I

Turn Signal Lamp WB J1


(Front Side RH) Junction
Connector
3
RG RG A WB Turn Signal Lamp
Combination Meter IF2 I2 (Front Side LH)
(w/o ABS) (w/o ABS)
1
WB WB A WB Fuel Filter
Combination Meter IF2
(w/o SRS) (w/o SRS) Warning SW

WB
Brake Fluid WB A WB Engine Hood
Level Warning SW Courtesy SW

Windshield WB A WB Turn Signal Lamp


I2 (Front LH)
Wiper Motor

Turn Signal WB A WB Fog Lamp


Lamp (Front RH) (Front LH)

WB
Fog Lamp WB A WB Clearance Lamp
(Front RH) (Front LH)
3
Clearance Lamp WB WB A A WB
(Front RH) I2 1J MAIN Relay

A WB
1 GLOW Relay

A
WB
WB

(GND1)
Skid Control

WB
ECU with
Actuator WB
(GND2)

EA EB

183
I GROUND POINT

(Theft Warning ECU)


WB

Theft Warning ECU


(4)

12 B 1 B

Short Pin
BW

S12(B)
T16(A)
(E) Theft
(1) Warning ECU
12 A 1 A
R Hazard Warning
10
WB WB Signal SW
ST Relay 1 IF3
(2) (4)
B
Y Combination SW
Combination Meter
BR Rear Window
LY Defogger SW

BW(2 3)
Security
Indicator Lamp

BW

BW
(4)

(1)
L Power Point Socket
Blower SW

G Blower Resistor

WB
Transponder (GND)

W
Key ECU

B A B A B A B A B A A A A A A A A A A A

J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector

B B B B B B B B B B A B A B A B A B A B A B

G
B
L

Rear Window (CG) DLC3


Defogger SW

W
Ashtray Illumination Outer Mirror SW
WB

WB

Cigarette Lighter R LG
Turn Signal Flasher
Illumination

GR BR
Unlock Warning SW Cigarette Lighter

Y Key Interlock
Solenoid

Radio Receiver BR WB
Blower SW
Assembly
WB
WB
Combination SW
HTR Relay ID
WB

WB

PWR OUT Relay


18 2D
9
WB
Integration Relay 2D

1 IE
WB
(E1) 2B
Airbag Sensor
Assembly Center 2
WB
(E2) 2B

17
A/T Shift Lever WB
2D
Illumination

1 2E WB

WB
WB
Map Lamp

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1 : w/ Theft Deterrent System


2 : w/o Theft Deterrent System
3 : M/T Single Cab, Double Cab 2KDFTV w/o Inter Cooler
4 : 2 Except 3

Power Window WB
Master SW

A WB
Rear Window Defogger
4 II1
WB
Center Stop Lamp
WB

1 BD1

A J28 J15

WB
WB A Junction Junction
IG1 Relay 3 Connector Connector

8
Front Seat Inner Belt WB A A WB A A WB WB WB Rear Combination
(Driver' s Side) BA1 B3
Lamp (LH)

WB

WB
IF IG License Plate
Lamp LH

WB Rear Combination
B3
Lamp (RH)

WB License Plate
Lamp RH

WB
Clock

W
Combination SW

L
(GND) A/C Amplifier
J20(A), J21(B)
Junction Connector A A A A A A

B B B B A B A B A B

Hazard Warning L Y Shift Lock


(E)
Signal SW Control ECU
WB

WB

P
Combination SW

WB

WB

185
I GROUND POINT
: Parts Location
Code See Page Code See Page Code See Page
J1 37 J15 38 J23 B 38
J7 A 38 J20 A 38 J28 38
J8 B 38 J21 B 38 S12 B 39
J10 38 J22 A 38 T16 A 39

: Relay Blocks
Code See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1 22 Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)
3 35 R/B No.3 (Cowl Side Panel LH)

: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
1J 24 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)
2B
2D 28 Instrument Panel Wire and Driver Side J/B (Instrument Panel Brace RH)
2E

: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness


Code See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
EA1 46 Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Inside of Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B)
ID2 48 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Glove Box)
IF2
50 Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Behind the Driver Side J/B)
IF3
II1 50 Front Door RH Wire and Floor Wire (Right Kick Panel)
52 (Double Cab)
BA1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire and Floor Wire (Under the Front Seat LH)
56 (Single Cab)
52 (Double Cab)
BD1 54 (Extra Cab) Frame No.2 Wire and Frame Wire (Under the Back Panel LH)
56 (Single Cab)

: Ground Points

Code See Page Ground Points Location


EA 46 Right Side of the Fender Apron
EB 46 Left Side of the Fender Apron
EC 46 Rear Side of the Cylinder Block
ID 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement Center
IE 48 Instrument Panel Reinforcement RH
IF 48 Cowl Side Panel RH
IG 48 Cowl Side Panel LH

: Splice Points

Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points
E1 46 52 (Double Cab)
I1 Engine Wire B3 54 (Extra Cab) Frame Wire
50
I2 56 (Single Cab)

186
Memo

187
J POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)

The chart below shows the route by which current flows from the battery to each electrical source
(Fusible Link, Circuit Breaker, Fuse, etc.) and other Parts.

20A H-LP LH
40A MAIN 1 1
20A H-LP RH

10A HORN

50A BATT P/I 1 15A FOG 1

25A EFI

30A AM2 1

40A AM1 2

7.5A OBD

10A STOP
Battery 100A ALT 1 2
10A TAIL

15A PWR OUT

40A IG1 2
7.5A ALT-S

15A TURN-HAZ 1

80A GLOW
30A ABS NO.2
1
40A ABS NO.1

40A FR HTR 1

7.5A DOME

30A DCC 1 7.5A ECU-B 1

15A RAD

[LOCATION]
1 : Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B (See Page 22)
2 : Driver Side J/B (See Page 28)
3 : R/B No.3 (See Page 35)

188
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Example

Starter S1

Parts Code or Location

7.5A DRL 4

Location

Electrical Source

7.5A IGN
2
7.5A MET

Ignition SW
(AM2) I6 7.5A ST 2

7.5A ACC
Ignition SW
(AM1) I6 2
15A CIG

10A ECU-IG&GAUGE
2
20A WIP
20A DEF
3
25A DOOR

IG1 Relay
(Point Side) 3 30A PWR 3

HTR Relay
(Point Side) 2 10A A/C 2

189
J POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)

Engine Room R/B (See Page 22)


Fuse System Page
7.5A ALTS Charging 66
Clock 162
Combination Meter 172
Door Lock Cotrol 130
ECT 108
Engine Control 68
7.5A DOME Headlight 84
Interior Light 100
Key Reminder and Light Reminder 104
Taillight and Illumination 88
Theft Deterrent 144
Wireless Door Lock Control 136
Door Lock Cotrol 130
Engine Immobilizer System 80
7.5A ECUB Interior Light 100
Theft Deterrent 142
Wireless Door Lock Control 136
Horn 156
10A HORN
Theft Deterrent 142
15A FOG Front Fog Light 86
15A RAD Audio System 168
15A TURNHAZ Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Light 92
20A HLP LH Headlight 84
20A HLP RH Headlight 84
ECT 108
25A EFI
Engine Control 68
30A ABS NO.2 ABS 116
Engine Immobilizer System 80
30A AM2
Starting 64
30A DCC Engine Immobilizer System 80
40A ABS NO.1 ABS 116
40A FR HTR Air Conditioner 178
ECT 108
50A BATT P/I Engine Control 68
Front Fog Light 86
80A GLOW Engine Control 68
Charging 66
100A ALT
4WD 124

These are the page numbers of the first page on which the related system is shown.

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Driver Side J/B (See Page 28)


Fuse System Page
Audio System 168
Clock 162
7.5A ACC Power Outlet 160
Remote Control Mirror 166
Shift Lock 128
ECT 108
Engine Control 68
7.5A IGN
Engine Immobilizer System 80
SRS 121
ABS 116
Charging 66
Combination Meter 172
Door Lock Cotrol 130
ECT 108
Engine Control 68
7.5A MET
Key Reminder and Light Reminder 104
Seat Belt Warning 106
SRS 121
Taillight and Illumination 88
Theft Deterrent 144
4WD 124
7.5A OBD Engine Control 68
ECT 108
Engine Control 68
7.5A ST
Starting 64
Theft Deterrent 142
10A A/C Air Conditioner 178
ABS 116
Air Conditioner 178
BackUp Light 98
Charging 66
Combination Meter 172
Door Lock Cotrol 130
10A ECUIG&GAUGE ECT 108
Engine Control 68
Rear Window Defogger 164
Shift Lock 128
Theft Deterrent 143
Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Light 92
Wireless Door Lock Control 136
10A GAUGE&ECUIG 4WD 124

These are the page numbers of the first page on which the related system is shown.

191
J POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)
Fuse System Page
ABS 116
ECT 108
10A STOP Engine Control 68
Shift Lock 128
Stop Light 96
Clock 162
Front Fog Light 86
10A TAIL
Key Reminder and Light Reminder 104
Taillight and Illumination 88
15A CIG Cigarette Lighter 158
15A PWR OUT Power Outlet 160
20A WIP Front Wiper and Washer 152
40A AM1 4WD 124

R/B No.3 (See Page 35)


Fuse System Page
20A DEF Rear Window Defogger 164
Door Lock Cotrol 130
25A DOOR Theft Deterrent 142
Wireless Door Lock Control 136
30A PWR Power Window 148

These are the page numbers of the first page on which the related system is shown.

192
Memo

193
K CONNECTOR LIST
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5
Gray Black Black Yellow

1
1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 1 2

A6 A7 A8 A9 A10
Yellow Black

1
1 2 12
1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3 4 11 1213141516171819 20

A11 A12 A13 A14


Black Yellow

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

A15 A16 A17 B1 B2


Yellow Black Black Gray Gray

1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 3 1 2
1 2

B3 B4 B5 B6 C1
Gray Black Black Black

1 2 3
1 1 2 1 2
1 2
4 5 6 7 8
3 4

C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7
Gray Gray Gray Black

1
1 2
1 2 1 2 2
1 2 1 2 3 4
3

194
K
C8 C9 C10

1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

C11 C12 C13 D1 D2

1 2 1
1 2 3 1 2 3 4

4 7 5 10
56 6789 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

1 1 1
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 5 6 7 8 9 10 5 6 7 8 9 10

D9 E1 E2 E3 E4
Gray Black Black Black

1 2 3 1 2
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1
5 6 7 8 9 10 5 6 7 8

E5 E6 E7
Gray Gray Gray

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
26 27 28 29 30 31 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

195
K CONNECTOR LIST
E8 F2 F3 F4 F5
Gray Brown Brown Black Gray

1 2
1 2 1 2 1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31 32 33 34

F6 F7 F8 F9 F10
Gray Gray Gray Black Gray

1 2 1 2 1 2
1 2
1 2 3

F11 F12 F13 F14 G1 H1


Dark Gray Black Green Black

1 1
1 2 1 2 3 4
12 1 2 3 2 3
5 6 7 8 9 10
4 5

H2 H3 H4 H5 I1
Black Black Black Black
1 1
1
2 3 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

I2 I3 I4 I5
Dark Gray Black Dark Gray Black

1 2
1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

I6 J1 J2 J3

A A A A A
A A A A A A A
A A B B C C A A B B C C
1 2 3 4
D D E E F F D D E E F F
5 6 7 8

196
K
*1 : w/ Power Window
*2 : w/o Power Window

J4 J5 J6 J7
Black Blue

A A B B C C A A B B C C A A A B B B C C C C C A A A A A A
D E F G H I D E F G H I D D D D E E E E E E E B B B B B B

J8 J9 J10 J11
Blue

A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B C C
B B B B B B B B B C C C B B B C C C D D E E F F

J12 J13 J14 J15


Black Black

A A A A
A A B B C C A A B B C C A A B B C C
A A A A A A A
D D E E F F D D D E E E D D D E E E

J16 J17 J18 J19 J20

A A B B C C A A B B C C A A A A A A A A A A
D D D E E E D D D E E E B B B B B B B B B B

J21 J22 J23 J24


(*1) Blue

A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B C C C D D E E
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B F F F F G G G H H H H

J24 J25 J25


(*2) Black (*1) Blue (*2)

A A B B C C C D D E E A A B B C C C D D E E A A B B C C C D D E E
F F F F G G G H H H H F F F F G G G H H H H F F F F G G G H H H H

197
K CONNECTOR LIST
J26 J27 J28 J29 K1
Black Black Black

A A A A A A B C C 1 2
A A B B C C A A B B C C A A B B B B C C
A A A A A A A
D D E E F F D D E E F F

L1 L2 M1 N1
Black Black Gray

1 2
1 2 1 2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9

O1 O2 O3 P1 P2
Gray Black

1
2 1 2 1
1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4 3 4 3
6 5 6 5

P3 P4 P4 P5
(Double Cab) (Extra Cab) Black

1 2 3 4
1 2
5 6 7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

P6 P7 P8 P9 P10
Black Black Black Black Black

1 2 1 2 1 2
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
3 4 5 6

P11 R1 R2 R3 R4
Black Black

1 2 3 4 1 2
5 6 7 8 9 10 3 4 5 6 1 2 3
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
4 5 6

198
K
R5 R6 R7 R8 S1
Black Black Black Black
1
1 1
1 2 3
1
4 5 6
2

S2 S3 S4
Black Black Gray

1 2 3
1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10
Black Gray Gray

1
12 1 2
1
1 2 1 2

S11 S12 S13 S14


Black

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 3 4
7 8 9 10 11 12 7 8 9 10 11 12

S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 S21


Gray

1 1 1 1 1 1
1 2
2 2 2 2 2 2

S22 T1 T2 T3 T4
Gray Black Black Blue Blue

1 2 3 1 2 3
1 2 1 2 1 2

199
K CONNECTOR LIST
T5 T6 T7 T8 T9
Gray Black Black Gray Black

1 2 3 4
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3
5 6 7 8 9 10

T10 T11 T12 T13 T14


Black Black Gray Gray Gray

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2
1 2 1 2 1 2

T15 T16 T17


Gray

1 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

T18 T19 T20


Black

1 2 5 6 1 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
3 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

T21 T22 T23 T24 U1


Black

12 3
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
456 7 8 1 2
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

V1 V2 W1 W2 W3
Black Brown Black Black Black

1 2
1 2
1 2 1 2 1 2 3
4 5

200
Memo

201
L PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS
Code Part Name Part Number Code Part Name Part Number
A1 A/C Compressor 9098011271 E1 ECT Solenoid 9098010891
A2 A/T Fluid Temp. Sensor 9098011025 E2 EGR Valve Position Sensor 9098011143
A3 ADD Actuator 9098011858 E3 Engine Hood Courtesy SW 9098011003
A4 Air Flow Meter 9098011317 E4 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor 9098011363
A5 Airbag Sensor (Front LH) E5 Engine ECU 9098012457
9098011856
A6 Airbag Sensor (Front RH) E6 Engine ECU 9098012455
A7 Alternator 9098009212 E7 Engine ECU 9098012454
A8 Alternator 9098011964 E8 Engine ECU 9098012456
A9 A/C Amplifier 9098011971 F2 Fog Lamp (Front LH)
9098011660
A10 A/C Thermistor 9098011918 F3 Fog Lamp (Front RH)
A11 A/C Volume SW 9098010906 F4 Fuel Filter Warning SW 9098012416
A12 A/T Shift Lever Illumination 9098012221 F5 Fuel Injector (No.1)
A13 Accelerator Position Sensor 9098011858 F6 Fuel Injector (No.2)
9098011875
A14 Airbag Sensor Assembly Center 9098012391 F7 Fuel Injector (No.3)
A15 Airbag Squib (Steering Wheel Pad) 9098012160 F8 Fuel Injector (No.4)
A16 Ashtray Illumination 9098012111 F9 Fuel Pressure Sensor 9098010845
A17 ABS Deceleration Sensor 9098010845 F10 Fuel Sedimenter Level Warning SW 9098011003
B1 BackUp Lamp SW 9098011250 F11 Fuel Temp. Sensor 9098010737
B2 Brake Fluid Level Warning SW 9098011207 F12 Front Seat Inner Belt (Drivers Side) 9098011212
B3 Brake Vacuum Warning SW 9098011252 F13 Fuel Sender Gage 9098011077
B4 Blower Motor 9098010916 F14 4WD Control ECU 9098010997
B5 Blower Resistor 9098011136 G1 Glow Plug 9914113004
B6 Blower SW 9098010877 H1 Headlamp (LH)
9098011314
C1 Camshaft Position Sensor 9098010947 H2 Headlamp (RH)
C2 Clearance Lamp (Front LH) H3 Horn (High)
9098011162 9098010619
C3 Clearance Lamp (Front RH) H4 Horn (Low)
C4 Crankshaft Position Sensor 9098011016 H5 Hazard Warning Signal SW 9098010801
C5 Cigarette Lighter 9098010760 I1 Injector Driver (EDU) 9098011592
C6 Cigarette Lighter Illumination 9098011148 I2 Injector Driver (EDU) 9098011593
C7 Clock 9098011013 I3 Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Air Cleaner) 9098011163
C8 Combination Meter 9098012169 I4 Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Inter Cooler) 9098011025
C9 Combination Meter 9098012155 I5 Ignition Key Cylinder Lamp 9098012092
C10 Combination SW 9098012007 I6 Ignition SW 9098011615
C11 Combination SW 9098012358 J1 Junction Connector 9098010803
C12 Combination SW 9098012359 J2 Junction Connector
C13 Center Stop Lamp 9098011003 J3 Junction Connector
9098011661
D1 DLC3 9098011978 J4 Junction Connector
D2 Door Courtesy SW (Drivers Side) J5 Junction Connector
Door Courtesy SW (Front Passengers J6 Junction Connector 9098011915
D3
Side) 9098010871 J7 Junction Connector
D4 Door Courtesy SW (Rear LH)
J8 Junction Connector
D5 Door Courtesy SW (Rear RH)
J9 Junction Connector
D6 Door Lock Assembly (Drivers Side)
J10 Junction Connector 9098011661
Door Lock Assembly (Front Passengers
D7 J11 Junction Connector
Side) 9098012226
J12 Junction Connector
D8 Door Lock Assembly (Rear LH)
J13 Junction Connector
D9 Door Lock Assembly (Rear RH)

Note: Not all of the above part numbers of the connector are established for the supply.

202
L
Code Part Name Part Number Code Part Name Part Number
J14 Junction Connector 9098011661 S3 Speed Sensor 9098011143
J15 Junction Connector 9098010830 S4 Speed Sensor (Front LH)
9098011156
J16 Junction Connector S5 Speed Sensor (Front RH)
9098011661
J17 Junction Connector S6 Starter 9098011400
J18 Junction Connector S7 Starter 9098009507
9098011742
J19 Junction Connector S8 Suction Control Valve 9098011285
J20 Junction Connector S9 Swirl Control Valve 9098011156
J21 Junction Connector S10 Security Indicator Lamp 9098012063
9098011661
J22 Junction Connector S11 Shift Lock Control ECU 9098012183
J23 Junction Connector S12 Short Pin (Theft Warning ECU) 9098012409
J24 Junction Connector S13 Spiral Cable 9098012183
9098011915
J25 Junction Connector S14 Stop Lamp SW 9098011118
J26 Junction Connector S15 Speaker (Front Door LH)
9098011661
J27 Junction Connector S16 Speaker (Front Door RH)
J28 Junction Connector 9098010830 S17 Speaker (Rear Door LH)
9098010935
J29 Junction Connector 9098011542 S18 Speaker (Rear Door RH)
K1 Key Interlock Solenoid 9098012063 S19 Speaker (Rear LH)
L1 License Plate Lamp LH S20 Speaker (Rear RH)
9098011162
L2 License Plate Lamp RH S21 Speed Sensor (Rear LH)
9098011467
M1 Map Lamp 9098011148 S22 Speed Sensor (Rear RH)
N1 Neutral Start SW 9098012362 T1 Throttle Body Assembly 9098011145
O1 Outer Mirror SW 9098011657 T2 Throttle Body Assembly 9098011261
O2 Outer Rear View Mirror (LH) T3 Transfer Indicator SW (4WD Position)
9098011452 9098011156
O3 Outer Rear View Mirror (RH) T4 Transfer Indicator SW (L4 Position)
P1 Pressure SW 9098011149 T5 Transfer Indicator SW (Neutral Position) 9098010923
P2 Parking Brake SW 9098010871 T6 Transmission Revolution Sensor (Input)
9098011156
P3 Power Point Socket 9098012498 T7 Transmission Revolution Sensor (Output)
Power Window Master SW (Double Cab) 9098012122 T8 Turbo Motor Driver 9098010801
P4
Power Window Master SW (Extra Cab) 9098010997 T9 Turbo Pressure Sensor 9098010845
P5 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front LH) T10 Turbocharger Variable Nozzle Motor 9098011156
9098010797
P6 Power Window Regulator Motor (Front RH) T11 Turbocharger Variable Nozzle Sensor 9098012303
P7 Power Window Regulator Motor (Rear LH) T12 Turn Signal Lamp (Front LH)
9098011900 9098011019
P8 Power Window Regulator Motor (Rear RH) T13 Turn Signal Lamp (Front RH)
Power Window SW (Front Passengers T14 Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side LH)
P9 9098011162
Side)
T15 Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side RH)
9098010789
P10 Power Window SW (Rear LH)
T16 Theft Warning ECU 9098012410
P11 Power Window SW (Rear RH)
T17 Transmission Control ECU 9098012150
R1 Radio Receiver Assembly 9098010997
T18 Transmission Control ECU 9098012149
R2 Radio Receiver Assembly 9098010996
T19 Transmission Control ECU 9098012151
R3 Rear Window Defogger SW 9098010789
T20 Transponder Key Amplifier 9098012092
R4 Rear Combination Lamp (LH)
9098010988 T21 Transponder Key ECU 9098012423
R5 Rear Combination Lamp (RH)
T22 Turn Signal Flasher 9098010799
R6 Rear Window Defogger
9098010359 T23 Tweeter (LH)
R7 Rear Window Defogger 9098012304
T24 Tweeter (RH)
R8 Room Lamp 9098010935
U1 Unlock Warning SW 9098012063
S1 Security Horn 9098010619
V1 VRV (EGR) 9098011162
S2 Skid Control ECU with Actuator 9098012020

203
L PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS
Code Part Name Part Number Code Part Name Part Number
V2 VSV (EGR Cut Valve) 9098011149
W1 Water Temp. Sensor 9098010735
W2 Windshield Washer Motor 9098011019
W3 Windshield Wiper Motor 9098011599

Note: Not all of the above part numbers of the connector are established for the supply.

204
L
Code Part Name Part Number Code Part Name Part Number

205
206
* The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the

M OVERALL ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM


HOW TO READ THIS SECTION actual circuit shown in the wiring diagram section.

[A]
Power Source Starting Engine Control

1 2 3 4